Enbridge operates the world's longest crude oil and liquids pipeline system, with over 150,000 kilometers in pipelines in North America. It has come under repeated criticism by environmental and Indigenous groups for building its pipelines through tribal lands. Most notable are the Line 3 and Line 5 pipelines, which have been the subject of mass protests, including blockades, civil disobedience, and shutdowns. The company was found to have paid off Minnesota police to surveil and arrest protesters during 2021 protests against the company.
Line 5, almost 70 years old, runs through the Straits of Mackinac, which connect Lake Michigan to Lake Huron. A 2016 report to the U.S. Congress showed that the pipeline was missing bottom anchors that should hold it in place in 16 major locations. Engineering experts say that Line 5 is ‘one peak current event’ away from failure that could contaminate over 1,100 kilometers of the shoreline of the Great Lakes.
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Enbridge was profiled as part of the report "Green" Multinationals Exposed: How the Energy Transition is Being Hijacked by Corporate Interests.
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- The Answer Is Still No: Voices of Pipeline Resistance by Paul Bowles, Henry Veltmeyer (2022)
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- Banking on Climate Chaos by Reclaim Finance (2021)
- Regime of Obstruction: How Corporate Power Blocks Energy Democracy by William K. Carroll (2021)
- The World We Need: Stories and Lessons from America’s Unsung Environmental Movement by Audrea Lim (2021)
- The Edge of Disaster for the Great Lakes: Near Misses from Enbridge’s Aging and Degraded Line 5 by the National Wildlife Federation (2020)
- To Be A Water Protector: The Rise of the Wiindigoo Slayers by Winona LaDuke (2020)
- Forces of Production, Climate Change and Canadian Fossil Capitalism by Nicolas Graham (2020)
- Don’t Bite the Hand that Feeds You: Environmental and Human Exploitation Sold as Prosperity by Eliza Macy (2020)
- Standing with Standing Rock: Voices from the #NoDAPL Movement by Nick Estes, Jaskiran Dhillon (2019)
- Empire's Tracks: Indigenous Nations, Chinese Workers, and the Transcontinental Railroad by Manu Karuka (2019)
- Finance, Fossil Fuels, and Climate Change Networks of Power in Canada by Mark Hudson and Katelyn Friesen, Transnational Institute (2019)
- No Good Alternative: Volume Two of Carbon Ideologies by William T. Vollmann (2018)
- Policing Indigenous Movements: Dissent and the Security State by Andrew Crosby and Jeffrey Monaghan (2018)
- Dangerous Pipelines: Enbridge's History of Spills Threatens Minnesota Waters by Greenpeace (2018)
- The Winona LaDuke Chronicles: Stories from the Front Lines in the Battle for Environmental Justice by Winona LaDuke (2017)
- Enbridge to Nowhere: How Fossil Fuel Interests Funded, Influenced, and Promoted the University of Minnesota Duluth's Line 3 Pipeline Study by Derek Seidman, Public Accountability Initiative (2017)
- Petrocultures: Oil, Politics, Culture by Imre Szeman, Sheena Wilson, Adam Carlson (2017)
- Report: The Risks of Spills from the 3 Tar Sands Pipeline Companies by Greenpeace (2017)
- Oil's Deep State: How the Petroleum Industry Undermines Democracy and Stops Action on Global Warming - in Alberta, and in Ottawa by Kevin Taft (2017)
- Constructing Ecoterrorism: Capitalism, Speciesism and Animal Rights by John Sorenson (2016)
- Contesting Big Mining from Canada to Mozambique by Judith Marshall, Transnational Institute (2015)
- A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice by Joshua Kahn Russell, Toban Black, Stephen D'Arcy (2014)
- Importing Disaster: The Anatomy of Enbridge’s Once and Future Oil Spills by the National Wildlife Federation (2012)
- Opening the Door to Oilsands Expansion: The Hidden Environmental Impacts of the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline by the Pembina Institute (2010)
- Out on the Tar Sands Mainline: Mapping Enbridge’s Dirty Web of Pipelines by the Polaris Institute (2010)
Pratap Chatterjee | CorpWatch | May 10, 2012
"How far are they willing to go to kill off the human beings of this country? Enbridge and the government are going to go on fighting us," said Louie. "The war is on."
Andrew Nikiforuk | CorpWatch | December 14, 2009
Patrick Daniel, the CEO of Enbridge Inc, is bullish about the future of unconventional oil from Canada's massive tar sand deposits.
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- Corporate Rap Sheet on Enbridge - Corporate Rap Sheets, which detail corporate wrongdoing by some of the world's largest companies, are written by Philip Mattera, who heads the Corporate Research Project of Good Jobs First in the U.S.
Kirsti Marohn | MPR News | September 18, 2023
Opponents of the Line 3 oil pipeline are celebrating an Aitkin County judge’s decision to dismiss charges against three Native women related to a 2021 protest. Activists Winona LaDuke, Tania Aubid and Dawn Goodwin helped lead rallies as Enbridge began work on a new oil pipeline across northern Minnesota more than two years ago.
Jessica Corbett | Common Dreams | November 1, 2022
"Why are U.S. citizens who are trying to protect themselves from a foreign fossil fuel corporation facing arrest, when no one at Enbridge will ever be held accountable for their crimes?"
Montreal Gazette | October 20, 2022
A group of protesters who chained themselves to the Valero oil terminal in Montréal-Est on Wednesday to denounce the Enbridge 9B oil pipeline were arrested and released on a promise to appear in court, the group Collectif Antigone said.
Ellwood Shreve | Chatham-Kent This Week | June 15, 2022
Union members of Unifor Local 999 were on the picket line with family members on June 11 at the Dawn-Euphemia Enbridge Gas Hub. After spending three weeks on strike, members voted in favour of ratifying a new four-year contract on June 13.
Channel 3000 | April 14, 2022
Enbridge plans to move a 12-mile section of the pipeline off the reservation of the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa in the far northern part of the state. The pipeline company is proposing laying 41 miles of new pipes to detour around the reservation.
Indigenous Environmental Network | January 21, 2022
They seek accountability from Enbridge and Bank of America, one of the major funders of the expansion, for developing on Indigenous land without consent and the environmental destruction of the Gulf Coast.
ABC News | October 20, 2021
A group protesting the controversial oil pipeline running under the Straits of Mackinac temporarily shut off the flow of Line 5 after breaking into Enbridge property in Mid-Michigan.
Brett Wilkins | Common Dreams | September 29, 2021
"Do not think we are going quietly into the night, we will continue to stand on the frontlines until every last tar sands pipeline is shut down and Indigenous communities are no longer targeted."
Nik DeCosta-Klipa | Boston.com | June 30, 2021
Three activists who refused to leave the Waltham offices of the pipeline company Enbridge were arrested by police Wednesday afternoon, ending a more than 27-hour occupation in protest of the multinational energy giant behind the controversial Weymouth compressor station and other fossil fuel projects around the country.
Annalise Braught | The Bemidji Pioneer | June 9, 2021
A pair of protesters link arms through a tube on a piece of heavy equipment at a second protest site at an Enbridge pump station on Monday, June 7, 2021, during the Treaty People Gathering, a gathering of activists to protest construction of the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline.
USA: As Enbridge Races to Build Line 3 Pipeline, Resistance Ramps Up in the Courts and On the Ground
Dana Drugmand | DeSmog | January 8, 2021
In Minnesota, the fight over Line 3 has dragged on for over six years. Now, with the Canadian-based energy pipeline giant Enbridge Corporation commencing construction, opponents are continuing their resistance on the ground and in the courts.
Phil McKenna | Inside Climate News | January 17, 2020
Climate and community activists are fighting construction of a natural gas compressor station near two 'environmental justice' communities.
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Native News Online | September 25, 2023
Led by the Bay Mills Indian Community, more than 60 tribal nations from Indian Country have weighed in on Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s lawsuit to move the Line 5 oil pipeline from the the heart of the Great Lakes.
Jon King | Wisconsin Examiner | July 7, 2023
In a June 16 ruling, a federal judge in Wisconsin ordered Enbridge to shut down its Line 5 pipeline that runs through Michigan within three years and pay more than $5 million in profits to the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa... However, on June 30, Enbridge filed to overturn that ruling with the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
USA: Study touting hydrogen — a technology favored by gas firms — was funded by gas interests, e-mails show
Sabrina Shankman | Boston Globe | November 17, 2022
“The casual reader that opens the report reads that it was funded by the AIM Foundation. But these e-mails show that the pipeline industry, Enbridge, and the gas companies were the main drivers here in terms of providing money.”
Ingrid Harbo | Grand Forks Herald | March 19, 2022
While the region has seen fewer demonstrations since the $2.9 billion pipeline started flowing in October, the Stop Line 3 movement is far from over. Instead, the focus has shifted to legal battles faced by people like Peltier.
Nina Lakhani | The Guardian | February 22, 2022
The US supreme court has rejected a case by the Dakota Access oil pipeline operator to avoid a legally mandated environmental review, in a major victory for tribes and environmentalists campaigning to permanently shut down the polluting energy project.
Hilary Beaumont | The Guardian | October 5, 2021
Enbridge picked up the tab for police wages, training and equipment – and let county police know when it wanted demonstrators arrested.
Steve Karnowksi | AP News | July 14, 2021
Tribal and environmental groups opposed to Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 oil pipeline project asked the Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday to overturn a lower court decision affirming the approvals granted by independent regulators that allowed construction to begin last December.
USA: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer threatens profit seizure if Great Lakes oil pipeline keeps operating
Market Watch | May 11, 2021
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer threatened Tuesday to go after Enbridge’s profits from a Great Lakes oil pipeline if the company defies her order to shut it down.
Andrew Kurjata | CBC News | November 13, 2020
The Canada Energy Regulator has handed Enbridge a $40,000 fine for failing to properly monitor a Prince George, B.C., pipeline prior to an explosion in October 2018.
John Flesher | Windsor Star | May 3, 2018
Enbridge Inc. has agreed to pay a $1.8 million penalty in a deal with the U.S. government, which accused the Canadian oil transport company of missing deadlines for inspecting pipelines to prevent leaks.
David Gray-Donald | Socialist Project | August 11, 2017
The Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, located near London, Ontario, had argued that due process had not been followed in the government approving significant changes to the existing pipeline. The Supreme Court ruled against the Chippewas of the Thames, and in favour of the National Energy Board and, in effect, Enbridge.
Michael P. Norton | The Berkshire Eagle | July 17, 2017
Requesting a public health assessment and thorough airing of public safety concerns, Gov. Charlie Baker has directed state agencies to investigate issues raised by opponents of a controversial natural gas compressor station planned along the Fore River in North Weymouth.
David Hasemyer | Inside Climate News | October 3, 2012
The fierce resistance and legal delays Enbridge is encountering over Line 6B are extraordinary, says expert. But landowners still face an uphill battle.
FOX | October 17, 2022
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the Department of Natural Resources, and the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa announced Monday over $11 million in fines, financial assurances, and environmental projects have been levied against Enbridge over spills and breaches caused by their Line 3 pipeline.
Chris Hubbuch | Madison | August 5, 2022
The state Department of Natural Resources is investigating an oil spill near a Native American reservation in northern Wisconsin.
Reuters | September 16, 2021
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said on Thursday it fined Enbridge Inc (ENB.TO) $3.32 million, citing the Canadian company's failure to follow environmental laws during the construction of its Line 3 oil pipeline replacement.
USA: Wisconsin Regulators, Residents Question Pipeline Spill Enbridge Failed To Report For Over A Year
Danielle Kaeding | Wisconsin Public Radio | March 13, 2021
Canadian firm Enbridge Energy waited more than a year to notify state environmental regulators of a spill of a petroleum substance stemming from one of its pipelines in Fort Atkinson. Now, community members near the site of the release want answers, and the regulators are determining whether to take enforcement action against the company.
Benjamin Storrow | E&E News | March 5, 2021
As efforts to restrict new natural gas hookups have expanded across the country, so too have the industry’s efforts to fight back. In August 2020, the Energy Solutions Center established an electrification consortium with 15 utilities to study the impacts of electrification on natural gas use, said David Weiss, who leads the center.
Associated Press | June 19, 2020
Federal regulators have fined Enbridge $6.7 million for allegedly failing to quickly fix pipeline safety issues. Enbridge said Thursday that the Alberta, Canada-based company has settled with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and agreed to pay the fines, levied in May.
Dillon Davis | Battle Creek Enquirer | July 20, 2016
Almost six years to the day of the Enbridge Inc. oil spill into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River, the final chapter was opened.
Jessica McDiarmid | The Toronto Star | February 22, 2014
An aging Enbridge pipeline that runs across Ontario has had at least 35 spills — far more than reported to federal regulators — but many municipalities along its route have never been informed of the incidents, a CTV W5 investigation reveals.
Rick Munroe | The Tyee | August 27, 2012
This is the first in a series of articles culled from documents compiled by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) during its investigation into the rupture of Enbridge Pipeline 6b near Marshall, Michigan, two years ago, which fouled 38 miles of the Kalamazoo River and surrounding areas, causing residents to be evacuated for their health and safety.
Financial Post | July 2, 2012
The U.S. pipeline regulator on Monday issued a $3.7 million civil penalty against Enbridge Energy for a 2010 crude oil spill, the largest fine ever proposed by the agency.
Derek Wallbank | Minnesota Post | August 17, 2010
Federal regulators today fined Enbridge Energy Partners more than $2.4 million today, the result of a year-long investigation into a 2007 explosion near Clearbrook that killed two people.
Andrew Nikiforuk | The Tyee | July 31, 2010
The U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has cited Enbridge 31 times (including two “corrective action orders”) since 2002 for not properly inspecting equipment or training its employees. What follows is a recent history of 12 other serious pipeline mishaps and regulatory penalties involving Enbridge.
Alleen Brown | The Intercept | January 23, 2022
On a color-coded map, land belonging to Native tribes that opposed the Line 3 pipeline were marked in red — areas of “threat” to the bottom line.
Yahoo | November 29, 2021
Unifor Locals at Enbridge Gas Inc. have filed an application at the Ontario Labour Relations Board and filed a grievance in order to defend bargaining unit rights after learning that Enbridge Inc. is contracting out union work to a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Madison Quinn | KFGO | June 23, 2021
The employer of a man who was run over by a large forklift while working on a northern Minnesota oil pipeline project has been cited by state regulators and fined $25,000.
Rev. Katherine A. Schofield | Old South Church in Boston | October 13, 2020
The Weymouth station has been built in the most densely populated location ever in a coastal area in the US, at the fork of the Fore River, and will create air, noise, and odor pollution that will affect residents in Weymouth, Quincy, Braintree, and the South Shore.
CTV News | October 9, 2018
The RCMP has confirmed the explosion involved a pipeline, but have provided few details about what caused the rupture, which remains under investigation. Social media images from nearby show flames and a large plume of smoke rising from the scene.
Reuters | Offshore Energy | December 20, 2017
Three oil workers have reportedly sued Shell and Enbridge over alleged injuries sustained in a recent platform blast in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
Paint Square | November 15, 2017
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder called for transparency from energy giant Enbridge on Monday (Nov. 13) after state officials learned that there are far more gaps in the coating on the company’s Line 5 pipelines under the Straits of Mackinac than originally believed.
James Girards | Girards Law Firm | August 14, 2014
A pipeline is supposed to be buried at least 36 inches underground in residential areas. Yet, a mower operator using brush clearing equipment died Tuesday, August 12, 2014 in Henderson TX when an exposed natural gas line was ruptured causing an explosion.
Steve Mertl | Daily Brew | August 16, 2012
Opponents of the massive project to pipe oil sands bitumen from northern Alberta to Kitimat on the B.C. coast for shipment to Asia say an animation showing the route creates a misleading impression about the waters where the export terminal is located.
Associated Press | Pioneer Press | August 17, 2010
The federal Department of Transportation has fined Enbridge Energy $2.4 million for a pipeline explosion and fire that killed two workers in northwestern Minnesota in 2007.
Asad Ismi | Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives | July 1, 2004
In the December 2000/January 2001 Monitor, I reported that Enbridge Inc., one of Canada's leading energy corporations, was linked to death squads in Colombia according to information provided by Amnesty International.
Kirk Makin | The Globe and Mail | April 23, 2004
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered a major gas distributor to pay up to $100-million in compensation to thousands of customers who were charged usurious late-payment fees.
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Canada: Investigation: Big Oil lobbyists outgun environmentalists with access to the most powerful federal ministries
Cloe Logan & Xavier Richer Vis | Canada’s National Observer | February 7, 2023
Enbridge said its lobbying efforts include advancing low-carbon technologies such as hydrogen, renewable natural gas, carbon capture and liquefied natural gas (LNG). However, both renewable natural gas and LNG are planet-warming fossil fuels.
Canada: Oil giants lobbying the federal government got $2.6 billion in taxpayer dollars over the past 11 years
Tracy Sherlock & Xavier Richer Vis | Investigative Journalism Foundation | January 9, 2023
Data obtained in a joint investigation by Canada’s National Observer and the Investigative Journalism Foundation shows that federal and provincial government funding to Canada’s largest oil companies is on the rise.
Canada: Liberals quietly allow lobbyists to attend cash-for-access fundraisers despite pledging to stop
Roberto Rocha | Investigative Journalism Foundation | January 4, 2023
Among the guests were two lobbyists for pipeline company Enbridge, which has been heavily lobbying the federal government on a host of climate issues. In fact, within 40 days of the event, Enbridge lobbyists met with government officials from the departments of Employment and Social Development, Finance, and Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the same departments headed by the ministers at the party.
Global Witness | November 10, 2022
Canada’s official delegation to the talks included executives from Enbridge, the company behind the controversial Line 3 pipeline that would move 760,000 barrels of oil per day to the United States, much of it from heavily polluting tar sands projects.
Winona LaDuke | The Circle News | October 4, 2022
In its boldest move yet, Enbridge the Canadian pipeline company is going to try and take the governorship of Wisconsin. That’s to say that Enbridge is hoping Tim Michels, one of their largest contractors, wins a bid for Governor against incumbent Tony Evers.
USA: Massachusetts Locals Accuse Town Mayor Of ‘Colluding’ With Enbridge Over Controversial Natural Gas Project
Dana Drugmand | DeSmog | November 11, 2020
Multiple sources confirmed to DeSmog that Det Norske Veritas, or DNV GL, was chosen to conduct the Weymouth compressor’s safety analysis; the Norway-based consultantcy firm works with the maritime industry and is a technical advisor to the oil and gas industry.
Craig Mauger & Jim Malewitz | Bridge Michigan | July 11, 2018
The email is one of several examples showing that Michigan leaders have allowed lobbyists and officials with direct relationships to Enbridge to offer extensive input about the fate of the pipeline, according to an investigation by Bridge Magazine and the Michigan Campaign Finance Network.
Cody Nelson | MPR News | April 3, 2018
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is under fire for renting a Washington, D.C., condo at favorable rates from the wife of a lobbyist whose powerful firm represents clients involved with multiple matters the EPA regulates.
James Wilt | The Narwhal | May 9, 2016
Since the federal Liberals were elected in October 2015, Enbridge has met with federal officials 20 times, including two meetings with Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, another two meetings with Fisheries and Oceans Minister Hunter Tootoo and one meeting with Transport Minister Marc Garneau.
Canadian Association of University Teachers | November 2015
A CBC investigation has uncovered concerns that Enbridge may have interfered in the university’s Centre for Corporate Sustainability after the company provided a donation.
Stephen Hui | Georgia Straight | January 24, 2014
Former Conservative cabinet minister Chuck Strahl has resigned as chair of Canada's spy agency watchdog after drawing criticism over his work as a lobbyist for Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline project.
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James Wilt | The Narwhal | November 16, 2017
Eleven of Canada’s largest oil and gas companies have dozens of subsidiaries and related companies in known tax haven jurisdictions, according to a new report from the Ottawa-based non-profit Canadians for Tax Fairness.
Miriam Wasser | Connecticut Public | September 25, 2023
Project Maple is “designed to expand Algonquin in a smart, targeted manner to meet the region’s growing needs for reliable access to natural gas,” Max Bergeron, an Enbridge spokesman, wrote in an email. But for environmentalists, building new gas infrastructure is unnecessary and antithetical to the stated carbon reduction goals of many states in the region.
Sierra Club | October 20, 2022
63% (about 20,000 of the 32,000) of commenters want the DNR to deny permits for Enbridge’s Line 5 proposal. The majority of comments listed climate change, treaty rights, waterways, wetlands, and Lake Superior as areas of concern.
Journal Record | February 4, 2022
Many of nearly 300 people who attended a 10-hour-long virtual public hearing spoke out against a $450 million plan to reroute an oil and gas pipeline across northern Wisconsin.
Darren Thompson | Native News Online | December 4, 2021
The Carrizo Comecrudo and other Indigenous groups in the area, along with the Indigenous Environmental Network, have pledged to protect Indigenous sacred sites and oppose future pipeline developments.
USA: Line 5: everything you need to know about the international dispute over a pipeline under the Great Lakes
Hilary Beaumont | The Narwhal | March 27, 2021
Scientists, conservationists and Indigenous people have been calling for the 65-year-old pipeline to be retired for years, saying it’s in disrepair and could cause a devastating spill.
John Flesher | Claims Journal | September 29, 2020
Enbridge’s plans for drilling an oil pipeline tunnel beneath a channel linking two of the Great Lakes do not meet industry standards and pose significant hazards to workers and the environment, experts who reviewed project documents on behalf of opposition groups told The Associated Press.
Ian Bickis | Calgary Herald | November 3, 2017
Enbridge says its Line 3 pipeline replacement program is progressing well, even as it faces intense scrutiny on the project in Minnesota.
Brooks Johnson | Duluth News Tribune | February 15, 2017
The easement to cross under the Lake Oahe reservoir north of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation has been at the center of pipeline protests for months as tribes and other opponents gathered to halt the Dakota Access pipeline.
Indianz | September 2, 2016
Enbridge Energy labeled its decision a "deferral" but the Canadian company told the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission that it won't be seeking regulatory approval for the oil pipeline. That effectively kills the controversial project that tribes and tribal activists opposed.
Business North | January 25, 2016
Protestors on Monday asked to meet with Enbridge officials regarding the partnership's proposed pipeline projects. The group marched between two Enbridge offices in Superior, chanting "Health Not Wealth" and other slogans.
Oil & Water Don't Mix | September 17, 2014
For the first time ever, Tuscarora Township Police Department is participating in a large-scale exercise involving 200-plus participants from several different local, state and federal agencies, which will simulate an oil spill leaking into the Indian River.
CTV News | August 5, 2014
Protesters have created a blockade at an Enbridge pipeline work site in southwestern Ontario. The demonstration at Innerkip north of Woodstock that started early Tuesday is aimed at preventing installation of a valve.