Enbridge Could Be Forced to Boost Pipeline Safety in Mich. After Water Violations

InsideClimate: Michigan environmental officials are drafting a settlement with Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge, Inc. [3] over a series of violations of the state's water laws that occurred earlier this year. The settlement would keep Enbridge out of court while requiring the company to beef up its environmental practices when testing the new pipeline it is building to replace Line 6B [4], which ruptured in 2010. That spill fouled nearly 40 miles of the Kalamazoo River with heavy crude oil from Canada's tar......

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