Citizen outcry spurs top Michigan officials to question pipeline safety

Responding to citizen concerns, top state officials in Michigan sent a letter to Enbridge asking questions about the safety of the Straits pipeline.

Enbridge Line 9: unreported spills alarm communities along pipeline

Another Enbridge pipeline that runs along one of the Great Lakes, Ontario, is revealed to have had dramatically more spills than either federal regulators or the company had…

Public outcry gets heated at rigidly controlled Enbridge forum

Enbridge is confronted by a heated crowd of citizens at a forum in St. Ignace. The Canadian pipeline company's representatives refuse to answer questions about other oil spills…

Federal regulators try to calm Levin, Stabenow concerns over pipeline safety

Cynthia Quarterman, the head of the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, wrote U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow recently to say "significant safety improvements" have been made.

Oil flow increased despite mounting public concern

Despite rising concerns about the safety of the 61-year-old Straits pipeline, Enbridge increases flow in the line by 50,000 barrels a day.

Levin and Stabenow asking, is Straits pipeline safe?

U.S. Senators Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow of Michigan and Dick Durbin of Illinois write to federal oversight agency, calling on regulators to look into whether Enbridge Straits…

Oil and Water Don't Mix Rally Draws Hundreds

Concern about potential oil spills from Enbridge's pipelines under the Straits of Mackinac drew a crowd of about 400 to the "Oil and Water Don't Mix" rally at…

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