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A shortage of transport space has weakened Canadian oil prices in recent years, but pipeline capacity became ample this year after deep oil production cuts during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Reporting by Rod Nickel in Winnipeg, Manitoba; Editing by Tom Brown), Enbridge Tower on Jasper Avenue in Edmonton, Why Erick All's stunning drop didn't faze Michigan's Jim Harbaugh: 'I love him', No. One of the groups, Honor the Earth, welcomed the decision, but said it was disappointed the MPCA did not also decide to analyze potential spills. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem. With significantly less fanfare, the St. Louis County Board of Commissioners signed off Tuesday on a resolution of support for the Enbridge Line 3 replacement project. To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. "This decision wastes more months rehashing the same tired arguments," he said. Replacing Line 3, a 1960s-era branch of Enbridge's Mainline network, would allow the company to boost flow from a Canadian oil hub in Edmonton, Alberta, to Midwest refiners. to Gretna, Man., near the U.S. border. Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline replacement is being pushed back a year, the company announced Friday. ', Best Cars No One Buys (And We Don't Know Why), Democrats urge swing-state voters to turn in mail ballots, consider bypassing Postal Service, Yahoo News/YouGov poll: Despite questions about the 'laptop from hell,' most Americans think the Trumps are more 'corrupt ' than the Bidens. The Line 3 Replacement Program, with a C$5.3-billion Canadian component and a US$2.9 … Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement pipeline now online CALGARY -- Good news for Canadian oil — more pipeline capacity is now available as Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline came online Sunday. 13 Michigan's offense was ready for season opener, Michigan football's defense hammered Minnesota with 'havoc plays'; 'an extreme emphasis', Minnesota GOP Senate candidate has 'successful' surgery after potential life-threatening hernia, Minnesota GOP Senate candidate undergoes emergency surgery, House already won? It would replace an aging pipeline, restoring its capacity from 370,000 barrels per day to its original 760,000 barrels per day. A Minnesota judge on Friday ruled that the state’s pollution regulator and Enbridge Inc. used proper methods for water crossing for its Line 3 oil pipeline replacement, clearing another hurdle for the project that has faced years of delay. Largely because of this, Alberta decided to extend curtailment by a year, which was only supposed to be in place until the end of December. ', Yahoo News/YouGov poll: With one week left, Biden's lead over Trump grows to 12 points — his biggest yet, The 'Borat 2' babysitter says she only made $3,600 for being tricked in the film. But the regulatory process continues. "We now have a firm schedule from the state on the timing of the remaining permits for our Line 3 replacement project," Al Monaco, CEO of the Calgary-based company, said in a release. The Line 3 replacement may now begin service in mid to late 2021, Stifel FirstEnergy analyst Ian Gillies said. Minnesota pollution regulators properly considered the construction impacts of Enbridge Energy's plan to replace the 337-mile segment of its aging Line 3 … When the project is completed, the pipeline will be able to transport 760,000 barrels per day. 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The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, which Ottawa bought from Kinder Morgan last year, is once again stalled as it awaits further regulatory review and TransCanada's Keystone XL has been frustrated by court challenges. Environmental groups fighting the project have said it will aggravate climate change, and they worry leaks could happen over the Mississippi River headwaters region — land that is used for the traditional harvest of wild rice. The Canadian portion is complete, but … The project, which was initially expected to be in service before the end of 2019, now won't be ready until the second half of 2020. Just two weeks ago, Enbridge had said it was confident the $9-billion project would be in service this year. Construction began on the Canadian portion of Line 3's replacement in 2017 and the project is largely completed — but it has faced challenges in Minnesota, where the state's governor has pursued an appeal, siding with environmental and Indigenous groups opposed to the pipeline. The Line 3 replacement may now begin service in mid to late 2021, Stifel FirstEnergy analyst Ian Gillies said. Comments are welcome while open. Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline delayed 1 year, Enbridge confident Line 3 pipeline will open this year despite new challenge, CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices. The new Line 3 will comprise the newest and most advanced pipeline technology—and provide much needed incremental capacity to support Canadian crude oil production growth, and U.S. and Canadian refinery demand.. The hearing will needlessly delay the project at a time when Minnesota's economy badly needs the construction jobs, said Joel Smith, an official with Laborers’International Union of North America. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. The US$2.9-billion part of the project to the Midwest, which would add 370,000 barrels of daily export capacity, continues to go through regulatory hurdles. The pipeline then runs through to Superior, Wis. Own it. It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. The multibillion-dollar Line 3 Replacement Program is the largest project in Enbridge history. CALGARY -- Most work will now happen in 2021, it said. In a statement, Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge said it would work in the meantime to secure remaining permits, in order to start construction this year. Much more," she said. “We will continue to fight for market access; but in the meantime, we need to find ways to maximize and optimize our existing pipelines.". Permits from the state of Minnesota were expected to be finalized by the second quarter of 2019, but now they won't be provided until November, with U.S. federal permits expected to be finalized one to two months later. We reserve the right to close comments at any time. The $5.3-billion Canadian portion runs 1,070 kilometres from Hardisty, Alta. MPCA granted Enbridge a draft water quality certificate in February. Good news for Canadian oil — more pipeline capacity is now available as Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline came online Sunday. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. But during a public comment period, activist groups and indigenous bands raised concerns, leading the MPCA to schedule the hearing. The deadline for MPCA to issue the certificate is now Nov. 14, instead of Aug. 15. The pipeline would export crude from Hardisty, Alta., to Superior, Wis., where it would connect with pipelines to the U.S. Gulf Coast. The Line 3 replacement may now begin service in mid to late 2021, Stifel FirstEnergy analyst Ian Gillies said. Looking ahead, regulators in Minnesota are due to submit a revised environmental impact statement for the project on Dec. 9, according to Enbridge’s third-quarter earnings statement posted last month. The Line 3 Replacement Program is the largest project in Enbridge's history. But we still need more. A lack of pipeline space has been blamed for a glut of Canadian oil, leading to steep price discounts, production curtailments and pro-pipeline protests. In 2018, the … This pipeline replacement checks a lot of boxes: it enhances safety, has created thousands of jobs on both sides of the border, and will continue to provide critical tax revenues over its lifespan in both Canada and the U.S. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. CTV News Calgary Reporter/Producer. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) said the hearing will focus on how Enbridge intends to protect streams and wetlands that the pipeline crosses. The company said its permit applications were all submitted by October 2018.

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