Two-year legal battle over DAPL security has been settled
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Another two-year oilfield legal battle has come to an end.
The company that handled security for Energy Transfer Partners during the Dakota Access Pipeline protests has reached a settlement with the North Dakota Private Investigative and Security Board.
The Board accused Tigerswan of operating without a state license. The company argued it only participated in activities that didn’t warrant a license, but did agree to pay the state a $175,000 settlement.
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