June 11, 2013 / 8:06 PM / 4 years ago

Enbridge restarts three lines closed by discovery of oil leak

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CALGARY, Alberta, June 11 (Reuters) - Enbridge Inc,
Canada's No.1 pipeline company said on Tuesday that three major
pipelines briefly shut after an oil leak was found near a
refinery in Sarnia, Ontario, are operating normally.
    The company shut down the 491,000 barrel per day Line 5, the
609,000 bpd, Line 6A and the 231,000 bpd Line 6A were shut after
the spill was discovered. However tests on the leaked oil
determined it did not come from an Enbridge line.

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