FERC rejects Enbridge's expansion of Sandpiper oil pipeline
WASHINGTON, March 22
WASHINGTON, March 22 (Reuters) - Federal regulators said on Friday they rejected an extension of Enbridge's $2.5 billion Sandpiper pipeline project that would move oil from North Dakota to Wisconsin and Minnesota.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission rejected the extension, a key part of Enbridge's plan for overall expansion in North America, saying that its proposed rate structure was not supported by existing regulations.
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