The company that wants to run a crude oil pipeline through eastern South Dakota is being allowed to use somewhat thinner steel in rural areas, which will save money.I can't think of a better way to show your detractors just how much you care can you?
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Oh This Is A Good Idea
What do you do if you are company wanting to build an oil pipeline but are having a hard time re-assuring residents in its path that that your project is safe? Apparently if you are TransCanada and you are wanting your Keystone Pipeline project approved, you ask for and get a waiver that would allow you to use cheaper material.