Enbridge plan to replace Line 3 faces multi-pronged US opposition
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Enbridge has Canadian oil sands crude to get trapped in a growing regulatory, political and legal bog as it strives to gain final approval for the replacement of its aging Line 3 in Canada and the northern U.S.
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