I'm definitely against it.
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I'm definitely against it.
It sucks the pipeline needs to be driven through prime pristine land like that. It sucks the pipeline must go through native territory or any other territory wether it is native or not. I'm sorry but they are people just like us and their land is not more or less important than anywhere else. Nobody wants a oil pipeline in their backyard no matter if you're native or not it doesn't matter. It also sucks that oil must be transported by boat and cause oil spills in the ocean. It sucks when trains derail and cause another oil spill or by truck.
Support. Oil is needed to fuel our economy, it's a fact of life. Pipelines are a more cost efficient way of moving oil. The alternative would be by trucks, rail, and sea.
I live in Nebraska and we had to deal with the Keystone XL being built across the Sandhills, which is really dangerous.
Part of me wonders if American oil could fuel a smooth leap too renewables that would solve a lot of our problems. Before the election I didn't have a lot of faith that with either outcome this would happen but now I have no faith it would happen.
As a result I think the only thing we can do is cripple the US crude oil market and use the instability to push us to renewable sources. It's what we should have done with the banks.
While I recognize the necessity of oil in our country for the moment - although I hope that we soon invest in a cleaner, renewable energy source - I oppose the pipeline because of the 1st Amendment. The way I see it is that we are violating the religious rights of Native Americans since that land is sacred according to their beliefs. It would be like running a pipeline through the Vatican or Mecca.
I support it. The project has already started and is going on very well. There is a minor problem where the land of the Indigineous Tribes will need to be protected because they respect their holy land and don't want any interference. So the pipeline needs to be diverted outside of this region to take their problems into consideration.
Against, i study the oil market.
Currently, the US has a massive surplus of oil, OPEC will never agree on jack. Iran, russia and saudi's hate each other that is not going to change. There is zero need for this pipeline, these people on here being for it are so misinformed and are most definitely touting their fedoras and neckbeards. It causes more danger to the area's river systems, the water supply, and violates the rights of native people.
Definitely oppose it along with all the police protecting the pipeline. Don't count on Trump doing anything about the pipeline as he has financial ties to the pipeline.
The DNC sabotaged our chances in the primaries of getting rid of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
3.7billion$ is that profitable?
As a UK citizen £1.15 per liter id say your fuel is cheap already though cheap fuel is nice higher prices in that area would persuade pepole to get more efficient cars and help electric vehicles develop and let the current reserves last longer.
We have better fuel sources at our disposal. There's no need for a pipeline, for starters.
Second, it's on native land. They don't own the rights to that land. They're illegally invading and seizing land.
Third, the treatment of the protesters are barbaric.
i heard it was going to hover over nazi territory and would only spill if a fire needed to be put out somewhere...
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I support it. People don't understand that it is actually better for the environment than using trucks or rails.
Against! Besides the fact that we're violating treaties that have been in effect since 1835, there's absolutely no need for the pipeline, there is already a viable means of transporting the oil. We don't need another pipeline spoiling the countryside and/or potentially ruining the environment.
They should try to re-route it to keep the reserves happy, but I'm for it. Pipelines are generally safer than rail, truck or ship transport.
I'm against pipelines and fossil fuels. It's time to more forward and use 21st century technology to better our lives, for us and the environment. There's too much potential for something to go wrong; just a man-made disaster waiting to happen.
Why are you against it?
I support it.
I am vehemently against it.
Support it, however it's controversial for sure.
I strongly support it, I stand with oil and gas!
If you work in the oil business, like my cousins and uncle do, you're for it
I recently heard thst mr. T and his partners invested some $$ in it
They still couldn't stop the construction of the pipeline the last I've checked. They tried hard and yet it doesn't look like it would make much of a difference now. When it comes to money and oil, it always seems like it is more important than anything else. Greedy inconsiderate fuckers.
We should give the natives time to dig up and move their buried to another place.
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