A Canadian energy company wins federal permission to gradually restart its southern Michigan pipeline that ruptured in late July.
Enbridge Inc. says it will resume the flow of oil Monday morning through a pipeline that ruptured in July, spilling 820,000 gallons of crude into southern Michigan waterways.
Federal regulators said Wednesday they have approved a plan to allow a pipeline that leaked at least 820,000 gallons of oil in southern Michigan this summer to gradually restart.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the leak from an oil pipeline outside Chicago appears to be slowing.
Forty-two suspected illegal immigrants have been detained in Texas after returning from an oil spill cleanup job in Michigan.
An oil company wants permission to improve structural support for its pipelines running under Lake Michigan in the Straits of Mackinac.
Michigan Congresswoman Candace Miller is asking the federal government to investigate a dent in an oil pipeline under the St. Clair River.
Federal regulators raised concerns as early as 2002 about the safety standards, operations and recordkeeping of a company whose ruptured pipeline spilled up to 1 million gallons of oil in southern Michigan, government documents show.
Enbridge Inc. says it’s preparing to test a pipeline that ruptured last month and poured up to 1 million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River and other southern Michigan waterways.
Michigan officials estimate 168 fish died as a result of a drawdown of water levels on a lake along the Kalamazoo River.