Archambault II). The Dakota Access pipeline was a plan that was quickly
halted because of the sudden protest by the natives that lived on that land.
The pipeline was supposed to be built on a native burial ground but the
natives that live there weren't too happy about the constructors not getting
their consent before starting the construction of the pipeline and they
started to protest. The Dakota Access Pipeline is a wise choice for transporting oil in the United States because it is environmentally practical, economically sound, and it is efficient.
The Dakota Access Pipeline is a wise choice for transporting oil in the United States because it is environmentally …show more content…
According to the author Stanford L. Levin “Studies by the State Department that found less environmental harm than if the oil was moved by a rail or a barge”(Chicago Tribune). This evidence means that this way of transporting the oil is the safest way possible and will minimize the harm done to the environment. Heather Brady says “Keystone XL pipeline would accelerate the pace and expand the scale of tar sands development”(National Geographic). This is saying that the pipeline will be able to transport the oil much more faster than the trains on the railways ever could as safe as possible. Holly Yang, the author of the article says “The pipeline would also help free up the railways to transport crops and other commodities currently constrained by Crude oil cargos.(CNN)” This supports my stance because it is saying that if the pipeline is built it will help free up the railroads and allow them to transport other goods that isn't crude oil and will speed up the businesses that are going on around in the United States of America. The Dakota Access Pipeline is better off being built because it will help the environment in more than just one