'The restoration is nothing short of amazing'

This video produced by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) discusses Enbridge's response efforts following the Marshall release in July 2010.

Making things right

A Marshall response timeline


We are committed to putting safety first and being transparent—when it comes to our operations as a company, and our actions as a neighbor.

Michigan Out of Doors TV captures Kalamazoo River’s revival
'The fish represent, really, how well the river's doing,' says Marshall fishing guide
What's changed since Marshall

The Line 6B release in July 2010 near Marshall, Michigan, made a lasting impact on how Enbridge operates.


Safety goes beyond preventing incidents on our systems. We also devote our energy and resources to keeping our neighbors and communities safe.

When it comes to fueling the quality of people’s lives, safety and reliability are built in to our energy infrastructure—and they’re in place long before we begin to build and operate any of our systems.
Department of Justice and U.S. EPA Marshall Settlement

Enbridge Energy Partners L.P. settles with the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Marshall and Romeoville incidents.


Enbridge actively looks for opportunities to adapt and harness technology to keep our pipelines and distribution systems safe.

Marshall Media B-Roll
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A commitment to doing the right thing
Enbridge reaches settlement with Michigan state officials over Marshall incident
A lasting symbol of our commitment to safety

The Enbridge Ring: A constant reminder of our duties and responsibilities

Supporting happy trails in Michigan’s Calhoun County
Recreational, non-motorized stretch of trailway will promote active living