Enbridge Inc (ENB.TO)
Mon, Oct 22 2018
Oct 22 Canadian energy company Enbridge Inc on Monday sought permission from U.S. energy regulators to put more of its $2.6 billion NEXUS natural gas pipeline from Ohio to Michigan into service.
VANCOUVER, Oct 19 Enbridge Inc said on Friday that it is preparing to start construction on a damaged natural gas pipeline in British Columbia and expects it be fixed by mid-November, though it and an adjacent line will both operate at reduced pressure.
Oct 12 Canada's Enbridge Inc on Thursday said a 30-inch natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia has become operational after being shut down due to a fire in an adjacent line, which led to supply disruptions in the U.S. state of Washington.
Oct 11 U.S. energy regulators approved Canadian energy company Enbridge Inc's request to put part of its $2.6 billion NEXUS natural gas pipeline from Ohio to Michigan into service.
* Rupture on 36-inch pipeline on Tuesday caused gas to ignite
VANCOUVER, Oct 10 Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline operator, said on Wednesday it had extinguished a fire on a natural gas line in northern British Columbia that prompted the evacuation of about 100 people from their homes Tuesday evening.
Oct 9 A natural gas transmission pipeline ruptured in a rural area north of Prince George in the Canadian province of British Columbia on Tuesday, prompting precautionary evacuations, pipeline owner and operator Enbridge said.
Oct 9 A natural gas pipeline ruptured northeast of Prince George in the Canadian province of British Columbia on Tuesday, sparking a massive fire and prompting evacuations, news website CHEK said.
Oct 9 Canadian energy company Enbridge Inc said on Tuesday it put part of its Texas Eastern Appalachian Lease (TEAL) natural gas pipeline project in Ohio into service, according to a company filing with U.S. federal energy regulators.
Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline operator, said on Friday it would buy its U.S. master limited partnership Spectra Energy Partners for a sweetened deal of $3.3 billion.