The US Army has given permission to carry the last section of the Dakota Access oil pipeline leading over one of their sites. End of January, President Trump revived the two controversial pipeline projects Keystone-XL and Dakota Access, which had been stopped by Trump’s predecessors, Obama.
The review of the construction project ordered by US President Donald Trump had been completed, explained the army's engineering corps. The US Army is clearing the way for the last phase of the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Native Americans and environmentalists have been protesting against the project for months and want to continue their protests/protesting.
The construction on the originally planned route along the Missouri River and near the Oahe Dam in North Dakota was approved. The section to be built north of the Indian Reserve Standing Rock belongs to the armed forces. Trump signed two decrees with which he reapproved both; the Dakota Access pipeline and the Keystone XL pipeline.