Canadian company said the opening between the pipe and the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac poses “no safety or integrity risk.”
Opening between the pipe and the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac poses “no safety or integrity risk.”
Investor confidence in Western Canada’s oil industry is at a low ebb.
Al Monaco says there are three or four major problem areas in Bill C-69 that must be addressed.
No point in doing so if there’s no pipeline capacity to carry the oil to market.
The company has undertaken a rigorous inspection of their natural gas pipeline system in B.C. since the blast, it said.
Canada suffering from what they say is an undeserved negative environmental image.
Enbridge wants to replace Line 3, which was built in the 1960s.
Blast sent a fireball into in the sky.
Currently runs at about half its original capacity because it’s increasingly subject to corrosion and cracking.
Enbridge has said it wants to get its pipeline capacity up to 80 per cent after the unexplained explosion near Prince George last month.
The return-to-service plan has been reviewed by the National Energy Board.
Construction will take a few days, no timeline on when the repair work will be completed.
An explosion and fire Tuesday night led to a shut down of the firm’s main natural gas pipeline through British Columbia.
The blast Tuesday shut down the Enbridge natural gas pipeline about 15 kilometres northeast of Prince George.