North Dakota Crude Oil Response Preparedness Report prepared by an industry contractor, Witt O’Brien, for the ND Department of Emergency Services, December 2015
IOWA Powerpoint Presentation from DAPLpipelinefacts.com
Land Reclamation Services The contractors, Key Agricultural Services and Duraroot will monitor & advise the survey, acquisition and construction phases for the DAPL project
DAPL PARTNERS – The owners and stakeholders of the Dakota Access Pipeline
Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE:ETP) announced today that Sunoco Logistics Partners, L.P. (NYSE:SXL) is taking a 40 percent stake in Bakken Holdings Company, LLC (Bakken Holdings). Bakken Holdings will hold a 75 percent interest in Dakota Access, LLC, which is developing the Dakota Access Pipeline Project (DAPL), and a 75 percent interest in Energy Transfer Crude Oil Company, LLC, which is developing the Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline Project (ETCOP). As a result of the transaction, SXL will own 40 percent of Bakken Holdings, while ETP will retain the remaining 60 percent ownership. The transaction does not result in any change to Phillips 66’s 25 percent interest in Dakota Access, LLC or its 25 percent interest in Energy Transfer Crude Oil Company, LLC. NOTE: ETP will continue to manage the planning, construction and overall execution of the DAPL and ETCOP projects and upon completion of the projects, SXL will operate the pipelines.
“NDOIL is a trade association that represents more than 500 companies involved in all aspects of the oil and gas industry including oil and gas production, refining, pipeline, transportation, mineral leasing, consulting, legal work, and oilfield service activities in ND, SD and the Rocky Mountain Region. Our members produce 98% of the 243 million barrels of oil produced in ND in 2012.”
DAPL Construction Contractors