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A company hired to analyze the worst-case scenario of an oil pipeline failure in the Straits of Mackinac has been fired because of a conflict of interest with Enbridge Energy LP, the state of Michigan announced Wednesday.An employee on the project subsequently worked on another project for Enbridge, which owns Line 5 in northern Michigan. Norway-based Det Norske Veritas, also known as DNV GL, is the contractor. The deal was terminated before the draft report had been delivered to the state.”Our trust was violated and we now find ourselves without a key piece needed to fully evaluate the financial risks associated with the pipeline that runs through our Great Lakes. This is unacceptable genliasmonitor.nl ,” Attorney General Bill Schuette said in a news release.An email seeking comment was sent to DNV GL, which develops standards and provides technical expertise in the maritime and energy industries.Line 5 carries nearly 23 million gallons (87 million liters) of light crude oil and liquefied natural gas daily. It runs across Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula before entering the Straits of Mackinac, where it divides into two lines, then continues southward to refineries in Sarnia, Ontario. Enbridge ruled Line 5 “fit for service” on Monday.Enbridge Energy, a Houston-based subsidiary of Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge Inc., said it supports ending the contract.”It is important this process is independent and without conflict high quality replica hermes handbags ,” spokesman Ryan Duffy said. “We, too, are investigating what may have happened in the contracting process.”The work by DNV GL was supposed to help Michigan determine the future of Line 5. The state hired DNV GL in 2016 through a request for proposals.Another contractor, Alberta, Canada-based Dynamic Risk Assessment Systems Inc., is studying alternatives to the pipeline in the straits area, which connects lakes Huron and Michigan.Dynamic Risk Assessment will present its findings to the public on July 6 at Holt High School. They are expected to be posted online for public review by the end of June. -Crain’s Detroit Business contributed to this report.

Michigan fires contractor for conflict of interest in Straits oil spill analysis

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