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Enbridge office building for sale

Oil started flowing through the newly built Line 3 pipeline in northern Minnesota on Oct. 1.

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Enbridge is putting its Park Rapids office up for sale.

Enbridge’s Park Rapids office is now available for new owners, according to Juli Kellner, communications specialist for the oil company.

“The Park Rapids office was used by Enbridge teams during the planning, engineering and construction of the Line 3 replacement project,” she wrote. “The safety- and maintenance-driven project replaced a 1960s-era aging pipeline with a safer one made of thicker steel with advanced coatings – and included construction of eight staffed pump stations, including one at Two Inlets in Hubbard County. The project restored the pipeline to its original design capacity and was finished at the end of September.”

Oil started flowing through the newly built Line 3 pipeline in northern Minnesota on Oct. 1.

The $2.9 billion Line 3 crosses through a sliver of North Dakota and through northern Minnesota on its way from Alberta, Canada, to Superior, Wisconsin. Of its approximately 1,000 miles, 337 are in Minnesota. The old Line 3 will be deactivated.

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