Douglas A. GrandtPO Box 6603Lincoln, NE 68506July 17, 2013 Mr. Rex W. TillersonExxonMobil Corporation5959 Las Colinas Blvd.Irving, TX 75039
Re: Silence on Keystone XL - is this Exxon’s idea of good Corporate Citizenship?
Dear Mr. Tillerson,You have not spoken publicly on the issues surrounding Alberta dilbit transiting the U.S. andthe liability that poses for farmers and ranchers, letalong inhabitants of all cultures. Your silence is tantamount to immoral indifference to the
that are produced by refineries that belong to you andothers in the energy sector.It is time that you -- as a leader in your industry -- speak with conscience. Why are you silent?Whatever the reason, it is time to break from obsolete paradigms. You know this in your heart.Remember the first point of the Scout Law:
A Scout is TRUSTWORTHY.
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Siouxlanders express concerns about Keystone XL pipeline
Posted: Jul 16, 2013 7:32 PM CDT
ANTELOPE COUNTY, Neb. (KTIV/US92) - The decision on whether or not the KeystoneXL project moves forward ultimately rests with the U.S.President, but before a decisiongets made federally some Nebraskans want to see action locally. About 60 people attended a publichearing of the Antelope CountyPlanning Commission in Neligh onMonday.The hearing concerned whether or not the Commission wouldrecommend a law banning anypipeline from being built within2500 feet of a home or business.Many of the speakers Mondaywere area residents concernedover what the Keystone XLPipeline could do to their property.