Officials say Mackinac oil pipelines have too little support

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Michigan officials said Wednesday that Enbridge Energy Partners had violated a legal requirement by having too much unsupported space along its twin oil…
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In Wake of Enbridge Oil Spill Settlement, Citizens Groups Say Snyder, Schuette Must Act Now To Shut Off Oil Flow in Straits of Mackinac

Great Lakes Oil Spill Damage For Michigan Would Far Exceed Costs for Enbridge In response to today’s announced federal oil spill settlement agreement with Enbridge Energy Partners, citizens groups…
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State’s Line 5 Agreement Gives Enbridge Special Treatment

Pipeline Giant To Get Access to Final State Recommendations Ahead of Northern Michigan Communities & Public Leading citizens groups with the Oil & Water Don't Mix campaign criticized an agreement…
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Grand Hotel President: We Must Shut Down Line 5

In a letter to the editor of The Detroit Free Press, R.D. Musser III, president of the of the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island and a member of the…
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Pipeline Safety Advisory Board Meeting Recap

The public comment section at the meeting of the June 13 Pipeline Safety Advisory Board Meeting in Roscommon was sort of an afterthought by the organizers. But dozens of…
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Congress Passes Bill with Great Lakes Pipeline Measures

The Detroit Free Press reports that the U.S. Senate has granted final passage to a pipeline safety bill that will increase standards for pipelines in and around the…
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Fox 2 Detroit's Story on Line 5 Resistance

The Detroit media is reading the writing on the wall - that Enbridge Line 5 through the Straits of Mackinac must go.
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