While most of the $500 million safety project still requires state approvals, Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. has started work on tunnels for water crossings of its contested 540,000 b/d Line 5. Deliveries have begun through a $20 million tunnel that replaced a 66-year-old riverbed trench. The tunnel consists of new pipe in a tube 2,814 feet…
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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…
The attorneys general (AG) of Minnesota, California and Wisconsin have formally lent their support to a lawsuit filed by Michigan AG Dana Nessel seeking to shut down Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 light crude oil and natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline across Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac.
Enbridge Inc. is reviewing a newly launched Wisconsin counterpart to the Michigan lawsuit that seeks to shut down a 540,000 b/d northern leg of its oil delivery network in Canada and the United States, the company said.
Enbridge Inc. is offering to speed up work on a planned tunnel for the four-mile underwater leg of its Line 5 oil pipeline across the Straits of Mackinac in response to Michigan state demands for swift action.
Enbridge Inc. has agreed to cover the costs of an underwater tunnel that would accommodate a replacement for its 65 year-old oil and natural gas liquids pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac.