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Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP +1.1%) is allowed to limit the amount of sulfide gas in crude oil...

Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP +1.1%) is allowed to limit the amount of sulfide gas in crude oil shipped on its pipeline into its rail loading terminal in North Dakota, the FERC ruled late yesterday. EEP was seeking to limit the amount of the potentially harmful gas in the delivered crude to 5 ppm, but Plains All American (PAA), Hess (HES) and Marathon Oil (MRO) had complained about how this would affect their business.
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