BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- The North Dakota Industrial Commission has sent a letter of support for the proposed Sandpiper pipeline that would move North Dakota oil to Minnesota and Wisconsin. Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge Energy is proposing the $2.6 billion, 612-mile pipeline to carry 225,000 barrels of oil daily to a hub in northern Minnesota and 375,000 barrels to one in northwestern Wisconsin. The Industrial Commission agreed to send a letter of support on Monday to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The project would be the largest pipeline moving oil out of North Dakota. North Dakota's portion of the pipeline is 299 miles.