The Trustees believe that the production curtailment at Northshore and the lay-off of 125 employees will have a negative impact on production attributable to Mesabi Trust in 2013. If the production curtailment continues for a substantial portion of calendar year 2013, the Trustees believe that the total shipments from Northshore, and the resulting royalties payable to the Trust, could be lower than calendar year 2012.
DOW 13000 6000 when bush left. Where was BUSH during convention.
GUNS AND ABORTATION only thing keeps them going
of ~14 mln of its Class A Common Units
NuStar Energy L.P. (NS) announced today that it plans to conduct an offering of 6,200,000 common units pursuant to an effective shelf registration statement previously filed with the Securities and
see event,click on. can not click
i was a construction inspector. now retired. i could fill page after page the way 75%
of contractors take short cuts, cheat, steal,lie. etc. to them its not wrong, just a game.
same people are against regulations. EVERYBODY SHOULD PICK THEIR OWNE SIDE
SIDE OF THE ROAD TO DRIVE ON. NO REGULATION!
CAN THIS BE RIGHT?
BY EDWARD WELSCH
CALGARY, Alberta—Three large Canadian oil spills over the last 30 days have increased concern over pipeline safety here, just as the government and the Canadian petroleum industry are trying to drum up support for a series of new pipeline projects.
Enbridge Inc. said late Tuesday that one of its pipelines, carrying heavy oil-sands crude, spilled some 1,450 barrels in eastern Alberta earlier in the week. Earlier this month, Plains All American Pipeline LP spilled up to 3,000 barrels into a reservoir near the small resort town of Sundre, Alberta. And last month, Pace Oil & Gas Ltd. spilled some 5,000