The Michigan Department of Environment Great Lakes and Energy has approved Enbridge’s plans to relocate a section of the Line 5 pipeline.
The company responded to Governor Gretchen Whitmer's attempt to terminate the easement and thereby close Enbridge's Line 5 dual pipelines located in that easement.
The company announced its 2021 financial guidance and dividend, and provided an update on its strategic priorities.
The goals and targets related to greenhouse gas emissions reduction and diversity and inclusion, as well as increasing transparency and accountability.
The company has received authorisation from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and approval from the Michigan Circuit Court.
On 1 July, the Ingham County Circuit Court amended its temporary restraining order requiring Enbridge to temporarily shut down the west segment of the pipelines through the Straits of Mackinac.
MPUC voted to deny petitions for reconsideration filed on 21 May, 2020 in the Line 3 Replacement Project environmental impact statement, certificate of need and route permit dockets.
The hearing will be conducted regarding the draft 401 Water Quality Certificate permit for the project.
The proposal to offer contracted transportation service on the Mainline pipeline system will proceed in a single-phase hearing process.