Much of the propane used in the U.P. comes from Line 5


“The problem with the plan … is there is no plan,” Don Steckman, supervisor of Ferrellgas, the U.P.’s largest propane retailer declared in a recent interview. Losing Line 5 “would be a much bigger problem than people realize, much, much bigger.”

An article recently featured in the Marquette Mining Journal centers around the lack of emergency plan on the books to oversee propane distribution in the Upper Peninsula should Enbridge Line 5 cease to function for an extended period, even though nearly two-thirds of the propane used annually in the region originates from the pipeline.

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