Regulators Asked to Consider Changes in Sandpiper Pipeline Path

Star-Tribune: Minnesota regulators will study shifting some segments of a proposed northern Minnesota crude oil pipeline in the face of public concern about the risk to lakes, wetlands and the Mississippi River headwaters. But the state Commerce Department, which is overseeing an environmental review of Enbridge Energy’s proposed Sandpiper pipeline, on Thursday said it doesn’t endorse studying a wholesale reroute of the proposed $2.6 billion project to carry North Dakota crude oil. State officials recommended......

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