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Jul 8 '13
Enbridge Seeks Exemption to Fast Track Pipeline Before Opposition Builds
It may sound like a familiar story: a proposed pipeline that will carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of Canadian oil sands crude across the Midwest prairies is embroiled in a permit controversy.
Before it can get started, though, Enbridge must get approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Corps regulates projects that require disturbing wetlands, and Flanagan South, which would cross the Missouri and Mississippi rivers along with many smaller waterways, would require digging in wetland areas, then refilling them.
http://ecowatch.com/2013/enbridge-seeks-exemption-to-pipeline-before-opposition-builds/

Enbridge Seeks Exemption to Fast Track Pipeline Before Opposition Builds


It may sound like a familiar story: a proposed pipeline that will carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of Canadian oil sands crude across the Midwest prairies is embroiled in a permit controversy.

Before it can get started, though, Enbridge must get approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Corps regulates projects that require disturbing wetlands, and Flanagan South, which would cross the Missouri and Mississippi rivers along with many smaller waterways, would require digging in wetland areas, then refilling them.

http://ecowatch.com/2013/enbridge-seeks-exemption-to-pipeline-before-opposition-builds/

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