by Duluth News Tribune
November 30, 2012 at 6:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
A Canadian pipeline company’s plan to add a surcharge to all North Dakota oil piped into Minnesota has drawn objections from key energy interests. Continue Reading
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Graphic example of 1%ers wanting it both ways—
“”The St. Paul Park Refinery, owned by Northern Tier Energy, alleged that Enbridge’s existing North Dakota pipeline already is making too much money — 18 percent over the cost of service.”"
18% is apparently a rigid profit to Enbridge. Northern Tier says it is too much. How often could this play out with corporations who say environmental rules will impact their rigid profit requirement, and the public would just like them to lower that percentage to allow for more conditions to safeguard the environment? When corporations ask the questions it is good business, but if the public asks the question in regards to the environment it is ‘treehugging, leftist, alarmist, socialist radicals,….’
We are indeed a country constructed by and for the corporations.
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