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Enbridge falls short of pledge

In yet another incident where Enbridge says one thing and does another, Canadian regulators stopped an Enbridge pipeline replacement project due to an Enbridge failing around safety and maintenance.

Enbridge CEO Al Monaco

In a Montreal speech, Enbridge CEO Al Monaco said the company
will 'do everything in our power to protect communities and the
environment.' Photograph by: Jeff McIntosh , THE CANADIAN PRESS

Enbridge's commitment to safety and environmental protection is looking a little shaky after the Canadian National Energy Board stopped work along a crude oil pipeline in Manitoba following an inspection that turned up "numerous non-compliances" around maintenance.

"It was observed multiple construction mitigation measures committed to by Enbridge in its Environmental Protection Plan (EPP) to conserve topsoil, control erosion and manage drainage were not implemented," said the inspection report posted on the NEB website.

Read the entire story from the Calgary Herald article here

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