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EPA and PHMSA clashed on Enbridge spill penalty

Federal pipeline regulators touted a "record" penalty — $3.7 million — when they fined Enbridge Energy Partners in 2012 for spilling hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil into Michigan's Kalamazoo River. But U.S. EPA's top enforcer, blindsided by their announcement, complained privately to them that the amount was "very small."

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