Government Delays Pipeline Settlement Following Tribe Complaint

After a Michigan tribe called for a full environmental review of the work to be done on Line 5, government extends comment period to hear them and others. By David Hasemyer The federal government has agreed to postpone final approval of a multi-million-dollar settlement with Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge, Inc., a move that will allow time for a Native American tribe from the northeast shore of Lake Michigan to protest terms of the agreement. See Also: Michigan Tribe Aims to Block Enbridge Pipeline Spill Settlement Record Fine Against Enbridge for Michigan Oil Pipeline Spill The Dilbit Disaster: Inside The Biggest Oil Spill You’ve Never Heard Of, Part 1 Native American Pipeline Protest Halts Construction in N. Dakota read more


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