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Enbridge President & CEO Patrick Daniel To Retire Later In 2012 - Quick Facts

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Enbridge Inc. (ENB: Quote,ENB.TO: Quote) said Patrick Daniel, President & Chief Executive Officer, will retire on or before the end of 2012.

The Board also announced the appointment of Al Monaco, currently President, Gas Pipelines, Green Energy and International, to Enbridge's Board of Directors and to the position of President effective immediately. Daniel will continue as CEO and a member of the board until his retirement.

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