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Pipeline project generates mixed response at PSC hearing

February 28, 2014

One unhappy landowner changed the tone of a public hearing that otherwise brought overwhelming support for Enbridge’s proposed Sandpiper pipeline Thursday....

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Mar-01-14 7:31 AM

pipelines can be safe. We have as an example the NAWS pipeline running south from Minot to Lake Sakakawea which has never had a leak or spill in the many years since it was built.

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Mar-01-14 12:01 AM

And Mr. Louser every company takes safety seriously and so stupid what you just said. Kissing ass.....oh that's right you do that all of the time....

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Mar-01-14 12:00 AM

This whole thing is a crock of*****to be honest. You need to ensure this community has a very effective crisis communications team in place to ensure if something happens in Minot with the oil pipeline that communication will be efficiently and effectively communicated. As far as Scott Louser speaking, it is a public meeting and he shouldn't be speaking because it makes it look like he is speaking on his representatives behalf and do not speak for me. As for this meeting smoke and mirrors and it will go through anyways just like everything else in this community.

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Feb-28-14 6:55 PM

Brian Kalk's comment was good: the PSC should hear about problems before a hearing to approve another pipeline. And Enbridge reps should make it right before another pipeline is approved.

I remember that Prairie Public documentary featuring former Gov. Art Link and his dealings with coal companies back in the day. Gov. Link did not back down from those interests until he got the assurances that were necessary for stewardship of ND's resources.

We are trusting that our elected officials will do that same job for us in respect to the oil industry. Period.

Yay, Mr. Stromberg. Yay, Mr. Kalk. Good on ya both. Let's do it right.

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Feb-28-14 9:39 AM

This quote below is not something you should ever hear come out of the mouth of any state representative. I smells really bad of being in bed with the oil/gas companies.

"From a business perspective, Enbridge makes efforts like no other business that I have seen, that I am aware of, in any industry with regard to safety, with the exception of the medical industry," said state Rep. Scott Louser, R-Minot

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Feb-28-14 9:19 AM

When it comes to oil in ND the fox is definitely guarding the chicken coupe.

The only watchdogs are employees of the fox. What the heck is the big hurry to rape and pillage our State anyway? Our State government is drowning in cash, what is really going on?

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Feb-28-14 8:38 AM

We need to give Marlo a automatic seat on all the commissions.Sounds like he is the only sane one in the bunch.Goinpeace

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Feb-28-14 5:01 AM

As Zimmerman says "it sends a signal" Where ? directly to his pocket book

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