Enbridge Drilling Construction Operations Hit an Aquifer on Willow River

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Enbridge drilling operations hit an aquifer on Tuesday, July 6, 2021. Crews are seen drilling mud in a video of the site. The yellow booms are there to keep the water from going downstream. A frack out is what it’s called.

This action is taking place on the Willow River, which is part of the Mississippi watershed, where Enbridge, a Canadian firm, is attempting to drill beneath the water using a technology known as horizontal directional drilling (HDD).

Breaking News: Enbridge drilling construction operations hit an aquifer on Willow River

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