Since 1949, Enbridge’s employees and contractors have lived and worked in communities throughout Wisconsin as colleagues, neighbors, and friends.
About 20% of all daily U.S. crude imports pass through this Enbridge facility.
Today, Enbridge operates approximately 1,552 miles of liquids pipelines in Wisconsin and meets 100 percent of the state’s refinery capacity needs.
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Our new commitments represent the next stage of our evolution to ensure we are positioned to grow Enbridge sustainably for decades to come.
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Wisconsin’s Workforce Resource helps job seekers gain training, housing, education and experience
Wisconsin college tackles welder shortage through mobile training program
With proper design, construction, operation and maintenance, pipelines have a very long life.
Safety is not just a core value at Enbridge—it’s the foundation of everything we do.
Stay up-to-date on Enbridge's communication with the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Wisconsin.
Line 5 is a vital link to propane and other energy supplies for the upper Midwest.
Several permitting agencies review the project. Construction will not begin until permits are received, and Enbridge encourages public participation in the process.