Enbridge is replacing 6B, the pipeline that was the source of the spill but says it's just for "integrity", not directly related to the 2010 spill. That project will cost $1.6 billion.
Earth to Enbridge: while you've got our attention, why not throw in a new bridge that you don't need, as well. Perhaps we'll buy that too.
While they are at it, they're going to add 40% more capacity to the line. Aha. The truth revealed.
If this works in Michigan, Enbridge may try the "integrity" gambit next with the Northern Gateway project, and TransCanada can persuade Nebraskans that Keystone XL is all about integrity, too.
Almost two years after the spill into the Kalamazoo River, only three miles of the forty affected by the spill have been reopened. Now, that's reasurring recovery.