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Argument: Pipeline Oil spills are not so bad

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==Supporting arguments== ==Supporting arguments==
-* In the USA and Canada pipeline companies are responsible for all oil cleanups costs. For instance Enbridge or spent 585 Million dollars on the Talmadge Creek oil spill.+* In the USA and Canada pipeline companies are responsible for all oil cleanups costs. For instance Enbridge spent $585 Million on the Talmadge Creek oil spill.
* Oil spills are rare, because pipelines are regularly inspected. Codes control their construction, and operating characteristics such as pressure and flow rate. * Oil spills are rare, because pipelines are regularly inspected. Codes control their construction, and operating characteristics such as pressure and flow rate.
==Additional Resources== ==Additional Resources==
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talmadge_Creek_oil_spill * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talmadge_Creek_oil_spill

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  • In the USA and Canada pipeline companies are responsible for all oil cleanups costs. For instance Enbridge spent $585 Million on the Talmadge Creek oil spill.
  • Oil spills are rare, because pipelines are regularly inspected. Codes control their construction, and operating characteristics such as pressure and flow rate.

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