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Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP +1.3%) says it may be forced to shut down an 80K bbl/day...

Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP +1.3%) says it may be forced to shut down an 80K bbl/day oil-loading rail terminal in North Dakota unless the amount of potentially deadly hydrogen sulfide in crude oil delivered to the facility can be reduced. EEP is seeking to limit the amount of harmful gas in the delivered crude to 5 ppm, but Plains All American (PAA) counters that other pipeline companies have a threshold of 10 ppm.
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    Why should EEP have 5ppm hydrogen sulfide level if others have a 10ppm?
    15 May 2013, 06:38 PM Reply Like
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