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StarTribune: Central to Enbridge’s New MN Pipeline Request is How Much Oil is Needed

March 24, 2018 Central to Enbridge’s New Minnesota Pipeline Request is How Much Oil is Needed By Mike Hughlett At Flint Hills Resources’ sprawling refinery in Rosemount, Enbridge’s proposed new oil pipeline is seen as vital. Flint Hills wants to increase production there, but says it needs more oil to do so and Enbridge is

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Toledo Blade: What Will Lake Erie’s Impairment Mean for Northwest Ohio?

What Will Lake Erie’s Impairment Mean for Northwest Ohio? By Tom Henry Though hailed as a rare victory for environmentalists, the Kasich administration’s reversal on the western Lake Erie impairment issue is only a “key first step” in litigation that may keep the state of Ohio tied up in court for years over cleanup strategies,

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Cleveland Plain Dealer: Lake Erie’s Western Basin ‘Impaired’

Lake Erie’s Western Basin ‘Impaired,’ Ending Years of Resistance by Kasich Administration By James F. McCarty CLEVELAND, Ohio – Environmentalists across the Great Lakes states hailed the announcement Thursday that, after years of resistance, the Kasich administration relented and designated the waters of the Western Basin of Lake Erie impaired. Toxic algal blooms have plagued

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Toledo Blade: Kasich administration declares Lake Erie open waters as impaired

Kasich Administration Declares Lake Erie Open Waters as Impaired By Tom Henry The Kasich administration — after years of resistance on behalf of agriculture — announced Thursday it will declare the open waters of western Lake Erie as impaired, marking a reversal on what has arguably been northwest Ohio’s most contentious water-policy issue. Although details

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