Enbridge Inc. expects a recent oil spill of 750 barrels of
light synthetic crude oil from its Athabasca pipeline in Canada
to cost the company about Canadian $40 million ($38.8 million)
in remediation and long-term stabilization costs.
"Line 37 returned to service following the release of light
synthetic crude oil in June 2013 caused by one in 100-year
water levels," the Calgary, Alberta-based energy company said
in its second-quarter earnings statement.