Line 5 Oil Spill Impact Report

FLOW For Love Of Water commissioned this economic impact report on the costs of an oil spill from Line 5.
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Ensuring an Uninterrupted Propane Supply to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Gary Street M.S., P.E., retired Dow Chemical Facilities Engineer authored the following report about propane provided to Michigan by Enbridge Line 5.
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Governor Snyder Ignores Recommendation of Own Advisory Board

In a Jan. 26 letter to members of the Pipeline Safety Advisory Board, Snyder responds to resolutions from at the board's Dec. 11 meeting before explaining why he…
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A Clear Plan to Decommission Line 5

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Attorney General Bill Schuette have the authority to immediately begin action to decommission, or shut down, the Line 5 oil pipeline based on…
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Alternatives Analysis for the Straits Pipeline - Final Report

This is the results of a months-long study of the alternatives to Line 5 through the Straits of Mackinac. It's OWDM's position that the final report is deeply flawed,…
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Ontario's Energy Minister Supports Line 5

Ontario’s Minister of Energy yesterday made an 11th-hour appeal to Michigan’s top energy official to keep Line 5 delivering Canadian oil.
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Anchor Support Permit Request Reply Letter

The Oil & Water Don't Mix campaign submitted this letter to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality calling for a review of Enbridge's request to install 22 anchors…
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Kiefner Report Response Letter

The OWDM Campaign sent a letter to Governor Snyder and Attorney General Schuette asking them to respond to the Kiefner & Associates report that Enbridge ignored required minimum…
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Assessment of Span Exposures on the 20-inch Petroleum Pipelines Crossing the Straits of Mackinac

A document dated October 12, 2016, shows spans greater than the allowed 75' on the submerged portion of Line 5 through the Straits of Mackinac.
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OWDM Response to A.G. Schuette - Michigan's Legal Duty

Oil & Water Don't Mix replies to A.G. Schuette's assertion that the State of Michigan is prudently protecting the Great Lakes. Actually: No, you're not.
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