Enbridge Agrees to Spend $172 Million for 2010 Oil Spill

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  • Clean Water Act penalties of $62 million second only to BP
  • Company also will pay $110 million to improve pipeline safety

Enbridge Inc. will spend $172 million paying fines and boosting safety across its pipeline operations in a deal with the Justice Department resolving Clean Water Act violations connected to its 2010 oil spill near Marshall, Michigan.

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