Enbridge faces US hurdle
Doubts now hang over market plans for another 760,000 barrels per day of Alberta oil sands crude on top of the 590,000 bpd of additional shipments planned for Trans Mountain.
The latest setback occurred when a Minnesota administrative law judge rejected Enbridge’s preferred route for its Line 3 repl....
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