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Nearly 300 Pipeline Spills In North Dakota Have Gone Unreported To The Public Since January 2012
According to records obtained by The Associated Press, the pipeline spills — many of them small — are among some 750 "oil field incidents" that have occurred since January 2012 without public notification.
"That's news to us," said Don Morrison, director of the Dakota Resource Council, an environmental-minded landowner group with more than 700 members in North Dakota.
During the last presidential election, the GOP was trying to push the Keystone XL pipeline as a way to solve "America's energy crisis," conveniently forgetting that the "oil" was not coming from the United States, but from our neighbor to the north - Canada.
Now I love and respect Canadians in general. I appreciate what they have done for my age group mates during Viet Nam and for some of the members of the U.S. embassy staff during the Iran hostage crisis. But their Prime Minister's trying to strong arm our President into taking the Keystone XL pipeline across the border coupled with TransCanada Oil's misstatements of fact regarding the purported benefits of this pipeline are getting too much to bear!