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CONTRIBUTION · 26th July 2010
AP News
For public interest, forwarded to the Terrace Daily by Skeena Wild Conservation Trust

An oil pipeline break in Michigan on Monday shut part of a system carrying Canadian crude oil to the U.S. Midwest and southern Canada, Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP.N: Quote) said.

No one was hurt, but about 19,500 barrels of oil was released into a creek that then carried the oil into the Kalamazoo River, an Enbridge news release said. Crews with skimming equipment were responding.

Read the whole article HERE.
Comment by Walter Fricke on 27th July 2010
The common denominator in too many pipeline leaks, and ruptures is, you guessed it, "Enbridge". The track record of this company is worrisome. Jobs at any cost? I hope not, since some things are not replaceable.
US Gas Prices
Comment by R1chard Jenn1ss on 26th July 2010

A quick search on-line I see the price of gas in the USA:

The lowest being 0.65 Cents Canadian per liter and the highest being 0.83

So at what price would the oil be sold for in this hypothetical pipe?

If you own the companies doing the extraction and then you own the oil....What price per barrel do you pay or do you even pay the market per-barrel price?

China's Silent War for Canadian Energy: