Gov. Jay Nixon joined officials from one of the world’s leading energy pipeline companies yesterday to detail a nearly $1 billion construction project in Missouri that has the potential to provide approximately 1,100 jobs during the peak of construction in late 2013. Enbridge Inc. last week announced that it will move forward with plans to construct the Flanagan South Pipeline Project, which will run approximately 600 miles from Flanagan, Ill., to Cushing, Okla. The pipeline’s 200-mile route across Missouri will pass through 11 counties. The company’s total potential investment, along the entire pipeline, is estimated at $2.8 billion.