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Board, after HDI filed their initial objections to the project, the organization simply faded out of the picture, not responding any further throughout the process. While the National Energy Board approved the application, it set out 15 conditions, some which are intended to address concerns raised by opponents. The conditions include a requirement to file spill contingency plans before work begins on the line and a commitment tracking table to be posted on Enbridge's website. Once Enbridge is ready to reverse the flow, it must apply for leave before opening the line. Originally Line 9 flowed from west to east, but the

flow was reversed in 1999. The line has a current capacity to carry 240,000 barrels per day. The company wants to reverse the flow to accommodate future market demand. With over 15,372 miles of crude pipeline, Enbridge said it delivers over 2.2 million barrels a day of crude oil and liquids. Enbridge has announced it will also seek to reverse the flow on the rest of Line 9, from Westover to Montreal. Attempts to speak to HDI representatives were not successful by the time Tekawennake went to press. The full text of the decision and conditions are available online from the National Energy Board.

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