Energy Transfer Partners

Energy Transfer Partners wants to ensure foes don't launch websites like "energytransfer.sucks."
Critics say officials are ignoring the potential threat to wildlife and the environment.
We need to stop defeating pipelines, wells, and mines and make them obsolete instead.
The Army Corps claims the information "could endanger people's lives" if misused.
A heavily redacted report mentions "coordinated physical attacks" against the disputed project.
A Native American tribe had argued that an oil-filled pipeline would violate their freedom of religion.
Energy Transfer Partners has been punished for playing by the rules, a representative complained.
A Native American tribe argued that the pipeline would desecrate water used in religious ceremonies.
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Native Americans who object to the project are still fighting it in court.
Opponents argue the pipeline could damage sacred lands.