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Landowners along Line 3 can submit comments to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission until May 19 to request that eventual decommissioning costs are the responsibility of Enbridge.
Landowners along Line 3 can submit comments to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission until May 19 to request that eventual decommissioning costs are the responsibility of Enbridge.
Oil has been flowing through the completed pipeline for months now, but the White Earth Band of Ojibwe — Minnesota's largest Native American tribe with about 20,000 members — continues fighting the project in court, and through extraordinary surveillance efforts.
It’s not yet clear whether the breach caused any long-term environmental damage or affected aquifer levels in the area.

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The details were made in a May 2021 filing.
Enbridge recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Bemidji Community Food Shelf.
Enbridge Energy recently invested $10,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of the Bemidji Area through the Summer Brain Gain program.
The company had until Friday to stop the unauthorized flow of groundwater that occurred when Line 3 construction crews pierced the aquifer near the Clearbrook Terminal in late January.
As reported earlier this week by Forum News Service, the Minnesota segment is the last portion of the 1,000-mile line that stretches from Alberta, Canada, to Superior, Wisconsin. It is expected to transport nearly 32 million gallons of oil per day.
With the announcement of the substantial completion of the Line 3 replacement project, pipeline safety is a concern for many in Minnesota. Enbridge this week addressed the concerns in a virtual open house.

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On Wednesday, the Canada-based company Enbridge announced Line 3 would be in service starting Friday, Oct. 1. Pipeline proponents and opponents both made statements in response to the news.
On Wednesday, the Canada-based company Enbridge announced Line 3 would be in service starting Friday, Oct. 1. Pipeline proponents and opponents both made statements in response to the news.
The Minnesota Environmental Partnership, a network of 70 nonprofits, held a digital meeting Thursday to discuss recent issues with Enbridge's Line 3 replacement project.

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