August 2019, Vol. 246, No. 8


State Supreme Court Backs Enbridge in Dane County Case

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Enbridge doesn’t need additional insurance for its Line 61 pipeline project in Dane County, despite the local government’s insistence.  Dane County officials made a $25 million environmental liability policy a requirement for the company’s permit for a project to triple the flow of crude oil to 1.2 MMbpd, according to the Associated Press.  The pipeline, which runs from northern Wisconsin to Illinois, was approved by the count in 2015 with the insurance requirement. In adding the stipulations, officials cited the major oil leak from an Enbridge pipeline near Marshall, Mich. Enbridge appealed, but Wisconsin lawmake

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