Enbridge responds to incident on Texas Eastern system in Fleming County, Kentucky

May 04, 2020

Information update: May 7, 2020, 1 p.m. EDT

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has assumed control of the incident site. The NTSB and Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) are investigating the incident and Texas Eastern is supporting that investigation. Due to this, we are unable to provide updates on the investigation or the response.

We thank the first responders for their efforts and our priority continues to be the safety of the community, first responders, our employees and supporting the incident investigation.

The impacted section of pipe remains isolated and there is no estimated timeline to return the pipeline to service at this time. We remain sensitive to our shippers’ responsibilities and will continue to keep them informed as work progresses.

Information update: May 5, 2020, 12 p.m. EDT

Enbridge is continuing to respond to the incident that occurred at approximately 5:00 p.m. ET, Monday, May 4, 2020, on its Line 10 natural gas pipeline in Fleming County, Kentucky. There were no injuries. Our crews are on site and have secured the area. The impacted section of pipe was shut-in following the incident and remains isolated.

Enbridge has notified County, State and Federal agencies and officials and our customers, and we will provide updated details as available.

Line 10 is a 30-inch pipeline that is part of Enbridge’s Texas Eastern Natural Gas system.

May 4, 2020, 6:25 p.m. EDT

Enbridge personnel are responding to an incident that occurred at approximately 5 p.m. EDT on its Line 10 of its Texas Eastern Natural Gas system in Fleming County, Kentucky.

Our first concern is for the safety of the community and we are coordinating with local authorities in our response. We have limited information as yet, and will provide updated details as available.