Two aging pipelines that carry ~20M gallons of oil and natural gas every day under the Straits...

|By:, SA News Editor

Two aging pipelines that carry ~20M gallons of oil and natural gas every day under the Straits of Mackinac in northern Michigan are time bombs that could devastate the upper Great Lakes if they rupture, according to a National Wildlife Federation report. The pipelines are owned by Enbridge (ENB -1.1%), which was responsible for the 2010 spill that fouled the Kalamazoo River two years ago.