Northern Minnesota-- Work on the Line 3 replacement project is ramping back up after Enbridge shut down construction during the spring.
The company wasn't allowed to do much work for the last couple months due to seasonal road and environmental restrictions.
Work will restart June 1.
Workers are coming back. The company said there will be around 4,000 on the job by mid-June.
According to Enbridge, the 340-mile pipeline route through northern Minnesota is cleared and 200 miles of pipe have been laid.
They say the project is critical to delivering energy in the region.
The Wisconsin and North Dakota sections of the $2.9 billion project are already complete.