Oil is flowing through Enbridge’s new pipeline in southern Michigan, but people who live along the pipeline say the job isn’t done yet.
Enbridge’s new Line 6B pipeline is in the ground and in service. It runs for 285 miles across the state from Griffith, Indiana to Marysville, Michigan.
The company installed this new pipeline after their old pipeline burst and caused a massive oil spill in 2010.
To replace it, they had to cut down trees and tear up people’s land. Enbridge has hired contractors to restore those properties in phases.
But some landowners in the first phase of the project say they’re still waiting for work to be wrapped up.