Service was restored Tuesday to one of the two fuel lines at the Imperial Oil pipeline repair site south of St. Adolphe.
An update sent out by the Province noted this returns a partial flow of fuel through the pipeline and will significantly reduce the volume of fuel that has to be alternatively delivered by rail and truck.
Provincial inspectors will continue to monitor the operation as repairs to the second fuel line are completed in order to return the pipeline to full operation. That work is on schedule and expected to be completed by mid-June.
Meantime, the Province noted supplies of gasoline, diesel and aviation fuel in Manitoba are stable.