Dakota Access Pipeline to start interstate service May 14

By REUTERS
April 14, 2017 02:59

 
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The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline will begin interstate crude oil delivery on May 14, according to a filing with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Energy Transfer Partners on Thursday filed what is known as a tariff, which lays out details about the line and the oil to be delivered.

The Dakota Access line runs from western North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois.

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