This is the second pipeline spill to impact an Indiana waterway within the past six months.
Since the pipeline will now follow an alternative route and not its original route, Morris wrote the government "cannot escape their responsibility."
The industry’s demand for water during fracking is a growing concern.
"...there's really no question that more fracking would be terrible for California."
Three days after the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ordered work to pause on the Mountain Valley Pipeline, its sister pipeline also ran into legal trouble.
The “plan to ban fracking in Mexico represents the latest common-sense decision by a world leader to prohibit this inherently toxic, polluting practice.”
“The draft study is deeply flawed, as the authors chose to ignore both climate science and climate action in favor of what appears to be a political imperative over any objective analysis.”
This is now the only tribally owned land that sits directly on KXL’s U.S. route, and as such could present legal barriers to its construction.
We must stand for the protection of the Arctic Refuge and ask our representatives to do the same.