Enbridge Wisconsin Corridor-
Not only is Wisconsin dealing with the Line 5 (listed above) and Line 3 (listed below) expansions, but the Enbridge Line 61 travels through Wisconsin from Superior to Delavan, then crosses the Illinois state line and continues south to refineries. Enbridge is currently tripling the capacity of Line 61 from the original 400,000 barrels per day to 1.2 million barrels per day making it a third larger than the projected Keystone XL. Enbridge’s plans don’t stop with Line 61. Initial work is under way to “twin” Line 61, creating a new Line 66 on the same route that would carry an additional 800,000 barrels per day. With Line 61 and new Line 66 at full capacity, 2 million barrels of tar sands oil would flow through Wisconsin each day. A state report says the company has had 85 oil spills over the past decade.
Who is fighting this pipeline?-