Bottleneck hampers N.D. oil

  • Article by: DAVID SHAFFER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 3, 2012 - 10:52 AM

A pipeline project is stalled as companies argue whether it should be allowed to connect to a Minnesota oil terminal.

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fasJun. 3, 12 8:54 PM

if any domestic oil is sold to forgein entities, now that's a sin.

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murphydogJun. 4, 12 7:01 AM

Build a refinery in ND. Problem solved.

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samiamJun. 4, 12 8:54 AM

So there is a huge glut of oil and gas is still $ 3.59? Someone is getting rich and it aint me

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west336Jun. 4, 12 8:57 AM

Billionaire problems -- wish I had those!!

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arielbenderJun. 4, 12 3:00 PM

fasJun. 3, 12 8:54 PM if any domestic oil is sold to forgein entities, now that's a sin.________________-Oil is a global commodity.

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donny01Jun. 4, 12 4:21 PM

First world problems!

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jcinmnJun. 5, 12 1:03 AM

as - "if any domestic oil is sold to forgein entities, now that's a sin." I don't see anywhere in the bible that selling domestic oil to foreign entities is a sin, In modern language it's called free enterprise. That is what the GOP has been championing for decades. Free enterprise for everything EXCEPT OIL AND GASOLINE. These two commodities should be strictly regulated and subsidized because cheap gas is our constitutional right. SOUNDS LIKE SOCIALISM TO ME!

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jcinmnJun. 5, 12 1:04 AM

murphydog-:Build a refinery in ND. Problem solved." Why ND? Why not western MN?

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jcinmnJun. 5, 12 1:06 AM

Solve the problem Repubs! Buy your 30gallon drums of crude on the commodities market, get into your pickup trucks and get on over to ND. Demand the oil that you purchased and bring it to the refinery of your choice.

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walleyeguy99Jun. 5, 12 5:17 AM

It takes approval of federal regulators to build new refineries and we all know that isn't happening anytime soon....

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