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Canada Invokes U.S. Treaty to Keep Enbridge Line 5 in Operation

Canada Invokes U.S. Treaty to Keep Enbridge Line 5 in Operation

The Canadian government on Tuesday invoked a 1977 treaty in a U.S. court to save Enbridge Inc.’s disputed Line 5 oil pipeline from a demand by Michigan’s top officials to shut down service on Wednesday. The 540,000 b/d system is scheduled to be shut down at the Straits of Mackinac crossing between Lake Michigan and…

May 12, 2021
Enbridge Sees ‘Renewed Interest’ in U.S. Gulf Crude, LNG Exports as Pandemic Fears Fade

Enbridge Sees ‘Renewed Interest’ in U.S. Gulf Crude, LNG Exports as Pandemic Fears Fade

Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge Inc. said Friday it was seeing an uptick in interest for crude and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the U.S. Gulf Coast amid an anticipated global economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. “Our solid regional footprint and premier North American integrated pipeline networks are ideally positioned to capitalize on these…

May 10, 2021
Enbridge Predicting Oil Capacity Growth for Mainline Conduit to Lower 48

Enbridge Predicting Oil Capacity Growth for Mainline Conduit to Lower 48

Alberta and Saskatchewan oil producers stand to gain committed customers, reliable tolls and shipping capacity growth from the hotly contested service overhaul proposal for their chief conduit to markets across Canada and the United States, according to Enbridge Inc. The Calgary pipeline conglomerate predicted the benefits in a 94-page response to industry furor ignited by…

April 20, 2021
Enbridge Again Victorious as U.S. Court Tosses Line 3 Injunction Request

Enbridge Again Victorious as U.S. Court Tosses Line 3 Injunction Request

Enbridge Inc. has defeated the second protest lawsuit aimed at halting construction of the $2.6 billion Minnesota leg in its Line 3 pipe replacement project by winning a U.S. district court verdict. The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia rejected a demand for a preliminary injunction to stop work on the 340-mile oil…

February 9, 2021
Enbridge Wins Round in Minnesota Appeals Court for Line 3 Oil Pipeline Replacement

Enbridge Wins Round in Minnesota Appeals Court for Line 3 Oil Pipeline Replacement

Enbridge Inc. has won the first in a series of court rulings regarding lawsuits protesting the construction of the $2.6 billion Minnesota leg in its Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project. The Minnesota Court of Appeals turned down a request by two Ojibwe native bands for a preliminary injunction to halt work launched in December…

February 3, 2021
Enbridge Says Michigan Lacks Authority to Terminate or Revoke Line 5 Oil Pipe Easement

Enbridge Says Michigan Lacks Authority to Terminate or Revoke Line 5 Oil Pipe Easement

Enbridge Inc. served notice Tuesday that Canadian oil would continue to flow across the Straits of Mackinac regardless of an order by Michigan’s executive branch to shut down the 540,000 b/d Line 5 in mid-May. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel have no power to enforce their notice issued in November that the…

January 12, 2021
Oklahoma’s Blueknight Rakes in $162 Million for Crude Oil Midstream Assets

Oklahoma’s Blueknight Rakes in $162 Million for Crude Oil Midstream Assets

In a move that transitions Blueknight Energy Partners LP into a pure-play, downstream terminalling business, the Tulsa, OK-based company via three separate transactions has agreed to sell its crude oil terminalling, pipeline and trucking business segments for about $162 million in cash, including estimated crude oil linefill and inventory. “This announcement represents a significant milestone…

December 22, 2020
Enbridge Line 3 Construction Finally Begins in Minnesota

Enbridge Line 3 Construction Finally Begins in Minnesota

Enbridge Inc. launched work Monday on the $2 billion Minnesota leg in its Line 3 oil pipe replacement project after receiving the final state permit required for construction. “With all the permits in hand we can now start,” said Enbridge Vice President Vern Yu. He did not specify a date or location. However, the company…

December 1, 2020
Enbridge Gains Army Corps Approval for Line 3 in Minnesota

Enbridge Gains Army Corps Approval for Line 3 in Minnesota

Permits approved on Monday by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will allow Enbridge Inc. to keep alive a plan to start construction by the end of the year on the $2.6 billion Minnesota leg of its Line 3 oil pipeline replacement program. The 340-mile pipeline segment has been inching closer to construction for a…

November 24, 2020
Minnesota Enbridge Line 3 Pipe Replacement Project Inches Closer to Construction

Minnesota Enbridge Line 3 Pipe Replacement Project Inches Closer to Construction

A six-year regulatory ordeal ended in success Thursday for Enbridge Inc. when Minnesota agencies awarded permits for a 340-mile leg across the state in its Line 3 oil export pipe replacement program. “Clearly this is a big day for Line 3 in Minnesota,” said Enbridge Vice President Leo Golden. “These authorizations and approvals are an…

November 13, 2020
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