Greenpeace USA report shows pipeline company behind new anti-protest legislation in the US.
Examples of ETP’s harmful corporate behavior include:
Damaging at least 380 sacred and cultural sites along the DAPL route, as reported by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Working with private security firms like TigerSwan that deployed excessive force and military style counterterrorism tactics against Water Protectors while operating without a license in North Dakota
Hiring TigerSwan again to suppress opposition to the Mariner East 2 Pipeline in Pennsylvania.
Aggressive use of eminent domain proceedings to seize private property
An egregious spill record that includes 527 incidents from 2002-2017 across ETP, Sunoco, and their subsidiaries’ pipelines, 67 of which contaminated water resources, hundreds of enforcement actions and fines of more than US $355 million since 2000.
Greenpeace USA’s report, “Too Far, Too Often: Energy Transfer Partners’ Corporate Behavior On Human Rights, Free Speech, and the Environment”, can be found on the Greenpeace USA website here.