Enbridge Inc. has won a contest with TC Energy Corp. to collect high-volume natural gas pipeline flows for the Royal Dutch Shell plc-led LNG Canada export terminal under construction in northeastern British Columbia (BC). Disclosure of the commercial coup surfaced in a procedural dispute before the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) between Enbridge’s Westcoast network in…
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Enbridge Inc. obeyed a court order Thursday to shut off its 540,000 b/d Line 5 pipeline that crosses the Straits of Mackinac until a hearing scheduled for Tuesday (June 30) on a Michigan state request for an injunction against resuming oil flows. An Ingham County, MI, judge granted a temporary restraining order sought by Michigan…
Canadian oil firms face toll hikes if they win their fight against Enbridge Inc.’s plan to convert its Mainline into a contract service from a common carrier filled by monthly bookings, the company told the Canada Energy Regulator (CER).
The Canadian oil surplus generated by the Covid-19 pandemic and demand contraction has spun off a new storage revenue stream for Enbridge Inc. worth up to C$8.7 million ($6.5 million) over the next eight months.
Enbridge Inc. has agreed to acquire the Rio Bravo Pipeline Co. and assume full ownership of the 4.5 Bcf/d system that would feed NextDecade Corp.’s proposed RioGrande liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility.
Citing weak global demand, Enbridge Inc. has dropped out of the race to build and operate a crude export terminal offshore the Upper Texas coast capable of handling supertankers but it may consider reapplying for permits if conditions improve.
A second round opened Thursday in a Canadian regulatory duel over proposed conversion of Enbridge Inc.’s oil mainline into a contract transporter after 69 years as an open access common carrier providing service with monthly bookings.
A hotly contested Minnesota leg in a $9 billion Enbridge Inc. Canadian oil export pipeline project took a step forward Monday, when state regulators granted the plan a favorable environmental verdict.
Enbridge Inc. has won the opening round in the Michigan legal fight to keep its 540,000-barrels-daily Line 5 oil pipeline replacement alive by putting its Straits of Mackinac crossing in a new utility tunnel.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has postponed a final ruling on a water quality permit for Enbridge Inc.’s contested Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project to obey a state court order and a legislated deadline for regulatory decisions.