Oil Liability Caps Below Cost

A cabinet bill capping pipeline operator’s liability would cover only part of actual costs to clean up a 2010 Enbridge Inc. oil spill in Michigan. U.S. law carries no limit on expenses for environmental damage from a pipeline breach: “If it’s $1.2 billion, companies should be paying $1.2 billion”.

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