June 29, 2018 / 4:25 PM / a year ago

Enbridge: no plans to use own security during Line 3 construction

ST. PAUL, Minnesota, June 29 (Reuters) - Enbridge Inc will leave security to law enforcement agencies during construction of its Line 3 oil pipeline as it seeks to avoid the violence that erupted between protesters and private security at the Dakota Access Pipeline, a senior Enbridge official said on Friday.

“No one wants a Dakota Access situation,” said Guy Jarvis, Enbridge’s executive vice-president of liquids pipelines and major projects, in an interview. “We certainly don’t plan to be engaging our own security efforts as a replacement or a supplement to the official law enforcement agencies. That’s different.” (Reporting by Rod Nickel in St. Paul, Minnesota)

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