Protests failed to stop the pipeline, and it began moving North Dakota oil through South Dakota and Iowa to a distribution point in Illinois on June 1 The Standing Rock and three other Sioux tribes are still fighting the pipeline in. Rattler, 45, legal name Michael Markus, is one of six native activists facing nearunprecedented federal charges related to the Standing Rock protest camps against the Dakota Access Pipeline DAPL pulled out a dogeared map of the area. The fourstate $38 billion Dakota Access Pipeline has Bakken region through South Dakota and Iowa into Illinois, says the company trying to build it, Dakota Access, LLC, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners The map above. South the E on the map above There, a growing number of people are gathering to oppose the planned Keystone XL pipeline, which would cross its path Here I spoke to water protectors representing Lakota, Dakota, and Ojibwe tribes,. But there is no agreement among the eight affected states Colorado, Kansas,. although they do have some nifty geologic quadrangle maps So where are the pipelines? The PUCs Leah Mohr sent me to the websites of the South Dakota Petroleum and Marketers Association and the National Pipeline Mapping. SIOUX CITY, Iowa A pipeline running through northeastern South Dakota would carry crude from the Bakken Oil Field in North Dakota to Illinois, according to a plan approved by a Texas company A map supplied by Energy Transfer. It will cut down from Alberta, Canada, across the border and through Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska before joining with the finished pipeline in Steele, Nebraska The pipeline is expected to bring jobs to the US A State Department. On the handdrawn map at the entrance security If it is built, the $37 billion Dakota Access pipeline will pump nearly half a million gallons of light sweet crude oil from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota across South Dakota and Iowa to. State officials said Thursday that TransCanada will have to use a 10yearold map of the Sandhills 2008 for the first Keystone pipeline, which carries crude oil across Saskatchewan and Manitoba and through North Dakota, South.