October 2021, Vol. 248, No. 10

Editor's Notebook

Line 3’s Long, Strange Trip Nears Terminus?

Reed By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief The Minnesota Supreme Court’s decision to let stand a regulatory ruling that allows Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge’s nearly completed Line 3 project to move forward comes at a time when Canadian midstream companies are overdue for some good news coming out of U.S. courts.  The project, which replaces pipe from a line that went into service in the 1960s, has faced a myriad of legal and other challenges in recent years, and on the heels of defeats for other Canadian efforts – the Northern Gateway, Energy East and Keystone XL, for example – a collective sigh of relief seems in order.   In fact, the only recent

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