This project created thousands of family-sustaining, mostly local construction jobs, millions of dollars in local spending and additional tax revenue at a time when Northern Minnesota needed it most. Work kicked off on this maintenance- and safety-driven replacement project after final permits were received on Dec. 1, 2020; the line entered service Oct. 1, 2021.
Oct. 12, 2021: The article included a host of false, inaccurate statements and mischaracterizations.
Sept. 2, 2021: Lies and misinformation suggest “a foreign company is violating the rights of Native Americans,” writes Matt Gordon. “That is so far from the truth.”
We invite you to learn about our company and the largest energy infrastructure project in Minnesota history.
The Line 3 Replacement was the most studied pipeline project in Minnesota history.
Enbridge uses the best available welding technology on our pipeline projects, like the Line 3 replacement.
July 1, 2021: From the beginning, we have acknowledged that counties were caught in the middle of this tax valuation issue.
June 9, 2020: Protesters attempted to trap workers while forcefully entering and then occupying the site.