Enbridge Says it Will Cost $53 Million to Fix N.W.T. Pipeline

CBC News, March 15, 2017

A section of Enbridge's Line 21 pipeline from Norman Wells, N.W.T. to Zama, Alta., is due to be replaced starting in June, at an estimated cost of $53 million, pending approval from the National Energy Board.  Line 21 was shut down back in November over concerns about the riverbank's stability. The new pipeline segment will run for 2,500 meters before rejoining the existing pipeline south of the Mackenzie River. 

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