2017-03-16 / News

Enbridge Training on Emergency Response Equipment Takes Place in Cheboygan



The Lamor Arctic Skimmer (LAS) is a new piece of equipment that will be housed in Cheboygan for pipeline company Enbridge Energy, which operates Line 5 at the Straits of Mackinac. The Lamor Arctic Skimmer (LAS) is a new piece of equipment that will be housed in Cheboygan for pipeline company Enbridge Energy, which operates Line 5 at the Straits of Mackinac.

Wednesday, March 8, and Thursday March 9, Enbridge crews were on the water on Lake Huron near Cheboygan, training on a new piece of emergency response equipment. The Lamor Arctic Skimmer (LAS) is one piece of a $7 million equipment investment Enbridge announced last summer. Enbridge is the only private company to own this type of equipment in North America, according to company spokesman Ryan Duffy. The LAS will be kept in Cheboygan. (Photographs provided by Enbridge) Wednesday, March 8, and Thursday March 9, Enbridge crews were on the water on Lake Huron near Cheboygan, training on a new piece of emergency response equipment. The Lamor Arctic Skimmer (LAS) is one piece of a $7 million equipment investment Enbridge announced last summer. Enbridge is the only private company to own this type of equipment in North America, according to company spokesman Ryan Duffy. The LAS will be kept in Cheboygan. (Photographs provided by Enbridge)

The Lamor Arctic Skimmer (LAS) is a special purpose oil recovery system designed for operation in extreme cold and ice conditions. Here, a crew of Enbridge workers trains on the LAS just off the shoreline of Lake Huron. The Lamor Arctic Skimmer (LAS) is a special purpose oil recovery system designed for operation in extreme cold and ice conditions. Here, a crew of Enbridge workers trains on the LAS just off the shoreline of Lake Huron.

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