Enbridge Fined For Failing To Fully Inspect Pipelines After Kalamazoo Oil Spill

Above Photo: A pipeline rupture in 2010 sent more than 1 million gallons of tar sands oil spilling into the Kalamazoo River near the town of Marshall, Michigan. It took two years to clean up. Credit: State of Michigan

The Kalamazoo disaster was one of the biggest inland oil spills on record, and it raised questions about the safety of Enbridge’s tar sands oil pipeline system.