Enbridge pipeline plan needs more study, regulators say
ST. PAUL — Enbridge Energy's pipeline expansion plans need deeper study, Minnesota regulators decided Wednesday.
Enbridge wants to install new pumps to an existing line that brings oil from sands in Alberta, Canada, across northern Minnesota to a refinery in Superior, Wis. The new pumps would would boost flow in the Alberta Clipper line to its 800,000 barrel-a-day capacity.
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