Kingsport Times-News

Enbridge makes donation for Darrell's Dream at Warriors Path

KINGSPORT — Warriors’ Path State Park has received a grant of $7,123 from a Canadian fueling company, Enbridge Inc. The money will go toward the maintenance and improvements of Darrell’s Dream, a boundless playground located at Warriors’ Path. Local Enbridge representatives presented park officials with a...
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Enbridge to deliver natural gas to Venture Global's LNG facility

May 26 (Reuters) - Canadian energy company Enbridge Inc (ENB.TO) said on Thursday it would build a pipeline project to supply natural gas to Venture Global LNG's Plaquemines liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Louisiana. On Wednesday, Venture Global said it made a final investment decision (FID) to build...
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Vassar residents surprised with free gas, sub sandwiches

VASSAR — Tuesday was a lucky day for folks who visited the Vassar Shell station. They were greeted with free gas and free lunch. Officials from Enbridge, a Canada-based natural gas distribution company, were at the gas station/convenience store handing out $25 gas cards to everyone who pulled up to a gas pump between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Federal legislation introduced aimed at preventing oil spills in the Great Lakes

Democratic Michigan Senator Gary Peters has introduced legislation to strengthen federal pipeline safety measures and mandate better oil spill cleanup methods. The new legislation is called Preventing Releases of Toxic Environment Contaminants Threatening Our Great Lakes Act – called PROTECT for short. It would require better oil spill detection, more preparation, and allows external funding for a recently created center in expertise on oil spills to be headquartered in Michigan. Peters said these are all needed.

A march for reproductive rights, rising COVID cases, and what Enbridge’s Line 5 could mean for wild rice

About 150 people demonstrated in support of abortion in Minocqua yesterday. Their voices joined a chorus of protesters nationwide for a day of action dubbed Bans Off Our Bodies. Then, COVID cases are on the rise again. This week, most counties in the region moved from the low to medium community level. Finally, a proposed reroute of Enbridge, Inc.'s Line 5 gas pipeline in northern Wisconsin was designed to circumnavigate tribal territory. But critics believe the reroute still poses risks to traditional Ojibwe agriculture.