Public Trust Challenges to Pipelines

Until 2010, Michigan was rarely one of the first states that came to mind when considering petroleum production and transportation. But on July 25 of that year, Enbridge pipeline 6B ruptured in Marshall, Michigan, spilling over one million gallons of crude tar-sands oil from Alberta into a tributary of the Kalamazoo River.

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