Enbridge: On track to put new crude oil pipeline into service next year in northern Minnesota


MINNEAPOLIS — Fresh off approval by Minnesota regulators, officials with Enbridge Energy said Friday they’re on track to finish construction and put the company’s disputed Line 3 replacement crude oil pipeline into service in the second half of next year, assuming all goes well for them.

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission on Thursday determined the project is necessary and approved the Canadian company’s preferred route across northern Minnesota, with modifications and conditions that Enbridge considers minor.



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