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Crude Oil Movement in the Great Lakes Basin Presentation
Oil moves to and through the Great Lakes Basin by truck, rail, and pipeline. Though pipelines are the preferred and more heavily used mode of transportation, some have objected to their use and specific routes due to environmental concerns.
Where do pipelines go and what would be the overall impact on our oil supply if we restrict their use? What information do we need to consider? How can we make a wise choice?
Please join us as John Carroll University’s Dr. Brad Hull discusses crude oil transport in the Great Lakes—from its life cycle, transport routes and questions we should keep in mind when discussing this issue.