Enbridge Seeks Exemption to Fast Track Pipeline Before Opposition Builds

EcoWatch: It may sound like a familiar story: a proposed pipeline that will carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of Canadian oil sands crude across the Midwest prairies is embroiled in a permit controversy. But this is not a story about Keystone XL. Enbridge Energy’s proposed Flanagan South pipeline, like Keystone XL, would connect with existing pipes to ferry crude oil from Alberta--and Montana and North Dakota--to refineries in the Midwest and the Gulf Coast. The 600 miles of 36-inch pipe would run......

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