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.
The company that runs a pipeline that spilled oil into the Kalamazoo River in southern Michigan is revising its proposal to restart the line.
The company that operates a pipeline that spilled oil into a southern Michigan river has filed a proposed plan with federal regulators to eventually restart service.
A ruptured section of pipeline that spewed hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil into a southern Michigan river had a lengthwise rip that likely was less than five feet long, a company official said […]
A ruptured section of pipeline that spewed hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil into a southern Michigan river will be ready for inspection as early as today. But company officials say they don’t know […]
A member of Congress said Wednesday that Enbridge Inc. violated federal regulations by dragging its feet on reporting a pipeline rupture that poured hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil into a southern Michigan waterway, […]
The Environmental Protection Agency says there has been “significant improvement” at the site of an oil spill in a southern Michigan river.