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Energy infrastructure giant Enbridge said late Monday it will lay off 500 workers and eliminate another 100 unfilled positions as the company looks to cut costs amid the oil slump.
Although the move stopped short of a final decision on the $8 billion project, it was seen as paving the way for an eventual rejection of the proposed pipeline.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joined prominent environmentalists in urging Obama to reject Keystone XL now — weeks before international climate negotiations.
Enbridge Energy Partners said Monday that an increase in the amount of oil the company transported drove its third-quarter results higher this year.
Environmental activism is a major reason no new pipelines — including Keystone XL — have been built to transport oil sands crude away from Alberta since 2010, according to a new report.
The U.S. Department of Transportation proposed expanding pipeline inspection requirements to include rural areas that are currently exempt and for companies to more closely analyze the results of their inspections.
Holly Energy Partners said Thursday it had bought out Enbridge’s 50 percent stake in the Frontier Pipeline for an undisclosed amount.
Enbridge said it is reviewing a potential transfer of its U.S. liquids pipelines into its Houston-based Enbridge Energy Partners master-limited partnership, but that current market conditions don’t support the move for now.
The Great Lakes would be at “greatest risk” from a spill of “diluted bitumen” oil from Canada’s tar sands region, according to Attorney General Bill Schuette and Department of Environmental Quality Director Dan Wyant, who led a yearlong task force studying pipeline issues.
Houston’s Fairwood Peninsula Energy Corp. said Wednesday the pipeline company had purchased the small stake and agreed to assist in the development of its Delfin LNG project.