January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1

Features

Dakota Access Pipeline: Lessons for the Pipeline Industry

The opening of the Dakota Access Pipeline (“DAPL”) is a cause for industry celebration, but independently provides a useful lesson as to what might be expected moving forward as to further obstruction of pipeline projects; as well as considering emerging counter-strategies for the pipeline industry. These lessons are perhaps more important than the end result of DAPL because the struggle to have industry pipelines approved will not be made easier in the upcoming years. Agree or disagree, but the opponents of the pipeline industry are very worthy and are not to be underestimated. Whether DAPL or even the Keystone XL pipeline, the tactics of delay employed by opponents of the energy industry w

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