Filed under: Announcement, Central, Development, Environment, Indigenous
From NoDAPL Solidarity
Red Warrior Camp in partnership with the Camp of the Sacred Stones are putting out an official Call to Action for all allies to stand in solidarity with us. Please join the #NoDAPL Global Weeks of Solidarity Action which will run from September 3rd through 17th.
Water is a necessity for all life. Water is life. Now is the time for all people from all walks of life to join together to stop the desecration and destruction of water, land and life! Please join our Indigenous led movement to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline by planning or joining an action near you!
For more information on targets for the week of action, or to join an action near you visit.
Project Contact: Krystal Two Bulls
Organization: Red Warrior Camp
Voice Phone Number: (406) 740-1508
Email Address: [email protected]
Social Media: facebook.com/RedWarriorCamp @RedWarriorCamp on Twitter
Hashtags: #NoDAPL #RevolutionaryUnity #RedWarriorCamp #SacredStoneCamp
We are calling for solidarity actions targeting:
- The pipeline companies trying to build the Dakota Access Pipeline
- The financial institutions that are lending the money to build the project
Join an existing action near you, or organize an action of your own.
Companies Behind DAPL
The Dakota Access Pipeline is a project being proposed by a collection of pipeline companies, with a complicated and intertwining structure:
- Energy Transfer Partners owns a 45% stake in the project
- Sunoco Logistics Partners owns a 30% stake
- Phillips 66 owns a 25% stake.
Additionally, Enbridge Energy Partners is attempting to buy a 28% stake in the project and Marathon Petroleum Corp is attempting to buy a 9% stake. These companies are hoping to finalzye this deal by the end of September. We are calling on these companies to pull out of the project or to cancel it outright.
Banks Funding DAPL
The companies building DAPL were able to secure a $2.5 billion loan from a collection of banks to build the pipeline. But the pipeline companies can only access $1.1 billion of this loan until certain progress is made on the pipeline project. So we are calling on these lenders to cut off this line of credit to the pipeline companies and to stop funding the DAPL.
Three of the main lenders are Citigroup, TD Securities and Mizuho Bank.
Below is a map of some of the office locations of these targets. In addition to this map there are these resources: