Enbridge’s permit and approval process for the Great Lakes Tunnel Project is off to a fast start with the USACE now determining our application is complete.
Enbridge filed the application April 8, 2020, with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
Enbridge is partnering with two world-class firms for construction, design and engineering on this $500-million private investment.
Thermal imaging technology confirms anchors are stowed on all nighttime shipping traffic
Public support for our Line 5 tunnel plan has come from elected officials, policy experts, media columnists and editorial boards—from Michigan and elsewhere.
We're doing everything we can to protect the health and safety of our employees and the public. Nothing is more important.
Safety is not just a core value at Enbridge. Ensuring the safety of communities and the environment will always be our top priority—and it’s the foundation of everything we do.
Shutting down Line 5, even temporarily, would have immediate and severe consequences on the economies of Michigan, Ohio, Ontario, and elsewhere.
Line 5 moves products that heat homes and businesses, fuel vehicles, and power industry throughout the state.
A Line 5 Straits of Mackinac tunnel would be state of the art, with enhanced safety features, further demonstrating Enbridge’s commitment to protecting Michigan’s natural resources.
Enbridge will need time to fully evaluate the Attorney General’s filing.