CEA’s third-party, independent report on the consequences of shutting down Line 5, which includes increasing fuel costs on families across Ohio, Michigan, and other Midwestern states by more than 10%, was recently highlighted by the Lt. Governor of Ohio.
Closure would mean refineries in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Ontario and Quebec would lose about 45% of their crude oil input, reducing their ability to maintain current production levels. And drivers in that region will pay at least $4.7 billion more each year for gasoline and diesel fuel, according to the study by CEA, a business, energy supplier and consumer group.
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