NEB approves Enbridge Line 10 project

The National Energy Board (NEB) has approved Enbridge’s Line 10 Westover segment replacement project in southern Ontario. Based on the evidence, the NEB has concluded that the project is of public interest. It has imposed a total of 46 conditions that cover a range of matters, including emergency management and environmental protection.

Enbridge’s Line 10 application proposes to replace 32 km of existing 12 inch diameter Line 10 pipe with 35 km of new 20 inch diameter pipe in southern Ontario. It will connect Enbridge’s Westover terminal to its Nanticoke Junction facility in the City of Hamilton. The project includes three new sections for proposed reroutes from the existing right-of-way totaling approximately 11 km. The capital cost of the project is approximately CAN $219 million.

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