Tribe Files Legal Challenge to Stall Dakota Access PipelineConstruction crews have resumed work on the final segment of the Dakota Access pipeline, and the developer of the long-delayed project said Thursday that the full system could be operational within three months.
Pipeline Protest in St. LouisDozens turned out Saturday to express displeasure with White House support for Dakota Access project
Keystone Pipeline Shut Down as Possible Leak InvestigatedThe company says it has found no significant harm to the environment.
Natural Gas Pipeline Breaks in Bowling GreenSome 75 homes evacuated.
Blunt: No More Excuses for Obama on Keystone XL PipelineMissouri Republican calls Keystone an opportunity to drive the economy and decrease reliance on foreign energy.
Gas Pipeline Ruptures, Explodes in Western MissouriPettis County Sheriff Kevin Bond said the explosion could be seen 12 miles away.
St. Louis Group Sues Army Corps Over Pipeline PlansThe coalition says it was improperly denied records about Canadian company Enbridge's plan to build a 600-mile oil pipeline from Illinois to Oklahoma.
Pipeline Fire Lights Up Sky in Western IllinoisThe pipeline was carrying a mixture of ethane and propane from Iowa City, Iowa, to a petrochemical plant in Morris, Ill., 62 miles southwest of Chicago.
ExxonMobil Repairs Pipeline In Southeast Missouri After LeakA resident near Doniphan, Mo., found oil leaking in his yard Tuesday. All told, about one barrel roughly 42 gallons of crude oil leaked from the Pegasus pipeline.
Homes Evacuated After Ark. Oil Pipeline RupturesAuthorities are working to clean up an oil spill in central Arkansas after a pipeline ruptured.
Missouri House Approves Pipeline ResolutionThe resolution approved by the state House urges President Barack Obama to approve an application for a pipeline from TransCanada.