Enbridge Energy

6:37 am
Tue July 9, 2013

Enbridge could buy Cereso Dam

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State is working to remove dams which no longer produce power
Enbridge Inc. may purchase the Ceresco Dam as it moves forward with a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency dredging order in the area. Company spokesman Jason Manshum said last week the state approached Enbridge to inquire about the possibility of buying and later removing the dam, which is privately owned.
6:07 am
Wed July 3, 2013

Enbridge halts work at Morrow Lake

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Comstock Township trustees heard Monday night from residents and business owners concerned over potential pollution
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
COMSTOCK TOWNSHIP, MI - Enbridge, Inc. has halted work on a dredge pad near Morrow Lake after Comstock Township requested the project be put on hold until a site application is submitted.
4:37 pm
Tue June 25, 2013

Protester who sat in pipe faces felony charges

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Christopher Wahmhoff released on $2,500 personal recognizance bond
An oil pipeline protester was ordered released on bond Tuesday after being charged with a felony. Christopher Wahmhoff, 35, of Kalamazoo, was arraigned in Calhoun County District Court Tuesday afternoon on a charge of resisting police -- a felony with a maximum sentence of two years in prison -- and tresspassing, a 90-day misdemeanor.
12:40 pm
Mon June 24, 2013

Protest at spot where Enbridge continues Kalamazoo River clean up

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Kalamazoo man has been identified as protester inside of pipeline
Protester climbs inside Enbridge pipeline near Marshall A handful of protesters gathered at an Enbridge Inc. pipeline facility at 161/2-Mile Road and Division Drive this morning, and one of the protesters managed to clamber inside the replacement A link to this page will be included in your message.
7:37 pm
Sun June 23, 2013

Slow recovery continues three years after Kalamazoo River oil spill

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Clean up continues, oil still found beneath surface of river near Marshall
Dip a canoe oar into some places on the river bottom, and a blue-green sheen and oily clumps still rise.

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