Simple agenda behind is the destruction of water wells, water is known as the next fluid gold. But only if the offer is limited to few companies that own the last water wells. Government is fighting for the companies to establish that.
Well prepare for a future, where you have to think twice before using the toilet flush.
By Alexa Erickson, Collective Evolution
An estimated 150 miles from the location of the months-long protests over the Dakota Access pipeline and its threat of Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s water supply, a pipeline in the western part of North Dakota has reportedly spilled over 130,000 gallons of oil into a creek.
The Belle Fourche pipeline lost a total of 4,200 barrels of crude oil, or over 176,000 gallons, before operators shut it down. The majority of the oil ended up in the Ashe Coulee Creek. Wendy Owen, the spokeswoman for Wyoming-based True Ceompanies, which owns the pipeline, said it is unknown exactly what caused the spill, though she claims the prevailing theory regards the pipeline being buried on a hill near the creek. The “hillside sloughed,” potentially rupturing the line.
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