Two Minnesota oil refineries say they shouldn’t have to help pay for a pipeline that they won’t use.
Federal regulators say Enbridge Energy Partners can restart a Wisconsin pipeline that has been repaired after a July 27 rupture spilled an estimated 1,200 barrels of crude oil just east of Grand Marsh in Adams County.
A pipeline carrying crude oil to Chicago-area refineries has leaked about 1,200 barrels of oil into a Wisconsin field, Enbridge Energy Partners said Saturday.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge in Minnesota has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the permits for oil pipelines in the Upper Midwest. The environmental groups who brought the lawsuit claimed the government didn’t properly analyze the effects of two pipelines being built by Enbridge Energy. But U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank disagreed, and said this [...]
Enbridge Energy has agreed to pay $1 million to settle state claims under Wisconsin’s air pollution laws, according to a news release from Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s office. The judgment resolves charges that Enbridge Energy failed to comply with certain requirements under those laws at its crude oil pipeline breakout storage terminal in Superior. [...]
Published: August 19, 2009
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North Dakota water panel approves Devils Lake project Bismarck, ND (AP) — The North Dakota Water Commission has approved a $16.5 million project aimed at controlling the level of swollen Devils Lake. Assistant Water Commission Engineer Todd Sando said the project involves installing additional pumps along the Devils Lake outlet that could remove more than [...]