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After two pipeline breaks, federal regulations scrutinized

Two pipelines have dumped 70,000 gallons of crude into the nation’s longest free-flowing river in the last four years. What they have in common is that right up until breaking, both were considered safe. That “all clear” by regulators has sparked concern about whether the federal government is setting the bar too low for pipeline safety and ignoring destructive river ...

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Small natural gas leak reported at Mich. pipeline


TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A small volume of liquid natural gas seeped into the atmosphere this month from a “pinhole” opening in an Enbridge Energy Partners LP pipeline in the Upper Peninsula, officials said Tuesday. The Dec. 8 leak near Manistique was from a pipe known as Line 5, Enbridge spokesman Jason Manshum told The Associated Press. Company workers discovered ...

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