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Legislators want answers on N.D. pipelines

November 8, 2013

Following the sizable oil spill in September from a Tesoro-owned pipeline near Tioga, State Representative Kenton Onstad of Parshall is left with some questions regarding the integrity and security......

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EarlyBird

Nov-08-13 9:13 AM

The biggest problem is the right of way for a pipeline. I have heard rumor the pipeline companies might be able to use the existing contracts made in the past to get easement, I hope they have to pay for surface damages caused by their use of the easement if they plan to follow or replace the existing pipelines.

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Legend

Nov-08-13 9:13 PM

if there is 1 thing i have learned from oil since 1973 it is that i can't believe anything they say. the train that caught fire in east canada was headed to our east coast per an oil rep on talk radio and to east canada per a national news tabloid. none of the ND oil is exported per oil and once again reputable news stories and web sites say some of it is. these are just current examples. these stories go back to 1973. i would not give them an easement because of their history of reckless pollution and spills. who has enough money to fight their lawyers?

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