Seattle cuts ties with Wells Fargo over controversial oil pipeline, etc.

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. business with a bank involved with the controversial dakota access oil pipeline project in North Dakota. This week, Seattle became the first major U.S. city to sever financial ties with Wells.

Like many of their own customers, Wells Fargo’s. a lender to the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. The pipeline, set to ship north dakota oil reserves to Illinois refineries, has come under.

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A number of banks funding the controversial $3.7bn Dakota Access. Earlier this year Seattle City Council cut its ties with Wells Fargo over its loan to the pipeline. Ms Compere believes the “whole.

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The investors say that, while they understand that the banks providing the project finance have contractual obligations to the pipeline, “the extreme controversy. over their role. Seattle City.

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Davis took the first step Tuesday night toward divesting from Wells Fargo Bank, after the davis city council voted unanimously to seek out a new banking service in light of the bank’s ties to the.

Work has restarted on the controversial Dakota Access crude oil pipeline in North. On Tuesday the city councils of Seattle and the much smaller Davis, California voted to cut their ties to Wells.