Enbridge Energy Partners Restarts Line 14
Enbridge Energy Partners (NYSE: EEP) announced Tuesday that its Line 14 has been safely restarted.
The Partnership received approval to restart Line 14 from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration on Monday, August 6, after the agency approved the required Restart Plan.
Line 14 is a 24-inch, pipeline with capacity of 317,600 barrels per day, installed in 1998. It predominantly transports light crude oil to Chicago area refineries. It is part of the Partnership's Lakehead System and owned by Enbridge Energy, Limited Partnership, a subsidiary of the Partnership.
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