Minnesota PUC to review Enbridge oil pipeline expansion

Article by: DAVID SHAFFER , Star Tribune ~ Updated: September 5, 2013 – 7:53 AM Enbridge Energy’s plan to boost the carrying capacity of a crude oil pipeline through Minnesota will go to a contested-case review, a hearing similar to a trial. A major expansion of...

Red Lake Direct Action to Stop Illegal Enbridge Pipeline

The audio on the video below was a conversation with Becky Haase, an Enbridge Stakeholders Specialist, answering questions in a phone interview regarding easements and standard requirements for pipeline construction. The video is a compilation of images and video from...

FACT SHEET: Alberta Clipper / Enbridge Energy Line 67 Expansion

Indigenous Environmental Network Enbridge Energy Line 67 (Alberta Clipper) Expansion Fact Sheet CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD This Fact Sheet. Enbridge Energy Inc. has applied to increase the daily amount of Alberta Tar Sands Diluted Bitumen (DilBit) through the recently...

The Aftermath Of Oil Spills In Michigan And Arkansas

In March of this year, an Exxon Mobil pipeline in Arkansas burst, spilling about 200,000 gallons of thick Canadian crude oil. Three years ago in Michigan, an Enbridge Energy pipeline ruptured. More than 840,000 gallons of oil spewed into the Kalamazoo River....
Alberta Clipper Tar Sand Oil Pipeline Expansion in Minnesota

Alberta Clipper Tar Sand Oil Pipeline Expansion in Minnesota

Thu., August 8, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm IATP Stevens Avenue Building 2104 Stevens Avenue S Minneapolis, Minnesota Enbridge Oil has petitioned the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) for permission to expand  the quantity of tar sand oil pumped through the...

Enbridge Spill in Viking, MN

IEN REPORT FROM THE FRONT LINES by Marty Cobenais Viking, MN – The small northern western Minnesota town of approximately100 people was the site of the latest Alberta Canada tar sands pipeline oil spill.  Enbridge Energy made the initial report that 600 gallons...

Occupy Enbridge: Taking a Stand on Red Lake Sovereign Land

By Robert Desjarlait • Mar 10, 2013 To the southwest of the Red Lake Anishinaabe Nation, lie desolate, wooded lands that were opened for settlement and home-steading under the Agreement of 1889. In 1945, Oscar Chapman, Assistant Secretary of Interior, signed an Order...