ETP hires land resource experts for proposed pipeline

Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE: ETP) has hired Key Agricultural Services, Inc. of Macomb, Illinois and Duraroot of Colorado Springs, Colorado to serve as independent sources of agriculture expertise to advise and monitor the acquisition, construction and reclamation processes of its proposed 1,134 mile Dakota Access Pipeline Project (DAPL).

Key Agricultural Services and Duraroot will work with landowners along the route to develop site-specific agricultural mitigation plans to ensure the full restoration of all impacted land. ETP’s commitment to landowners extends from initial surveys to the reclamation of land after construction through the ongoing operation and maintenance of the proposed crude oil pipeline that will carry domestically produced oil through North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Illinois.