Enbridge remains committed to protecting the Great Lakes and meeting the energy needs of Michigan through the safe operation of Line 5.
Responding to Michigan media
Throughout the life of a pipeline – during construction, operations, and maintenance — clear communications are essential. We are committed to providing transparent and factual information regarding the continued safe operation of Line 5 to the residents of Michigan and addressing their questions and concerns. One way we do this is through conversations on local Michigan radio stations.
Hear some of our recent on air conversations below.
October 5, 2018: Ryan Duffy talks with Steve Gruber on 1240 WJIM Lansing
November 28, 2017: Ryan Duffy talks with the Frank Beckmann show
August 31, 2017: Ryan Duffy talks with Michigan's Big Show
June 15, 2017: Ryan Duffy talks with Michigan's Big Show
May 2, 2017: Brad Shamla talks to CBC Radio in Calgary, Alberta
April 2017: Stephen Lloyd talks with Michigan’s Big Show
March 15, 2017: Brad Shamla talks with Michigan's Big Show
December 15, 2016: Brad Shamla talks with Michigan Public Radio
MP3 (70.7 MB)
June 20, 2016: Stephen Lloyd interview on the Ron Jolly Show
MP3 (8 MB)
Brad Shamla talks with WJR 760am Radio
Jason Manshum talks with Michigan Radio
Jason Manshum talks with WJR 760am Radio
Read more about Line 5, the multiple safety precautions we take in the Straits of Mackinac, and the line's benefits to the Michigan economy.
We’ve had a presence in Michigan for over 60 years.
It may already have been answered.
The residents of Michigan – and their state officials – deserve factual information on Line 5 and the steps that Enbridge takes every day to protect the Straits of Mackinac, the Great Lakes and local communities.
We’re pleased to cooperate with the State of Michigan to demonstrate the safety of Line 5
Find out more about our emergency response capabilities in the Straits of Mackinac.