Canadian firm Enbridge Energy is seeking approval from North Dakota regulators for the construction of a 612-mile pipeline that would run from the state to terminals in Wisconsin and Minnesota and will cost an estimated $2.6 billion. The project would be "a timely, cost effective and long-term transportation solution, thereby serving the public's interest in improved access to an abundant, secure, and reliable crude oil supply to satisfy consumers' demand for refined products," Enbridge said in its application.

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