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Regulators Approve $1.8M Pipeline Project in North Dakota

May 1, 2018

(Associated Press)

BISMARCK, N.D. — Regulators have approved a $1.8 million natural gas pipeline project in northwestern North Dakota.

ONEOK Rockies Midstream plans to convert an existing natural gas gathering pipeline and a portion of another gathering pipeline into a natural gas liquids transmission line. The Bismarck Tribune reports the state Public Service Commission approved the Cherry Creek Pipeline project Monday, saying it will provide a safer transportation option and help reduce the wasteful flaring of excess natural gas in the oil patch.

The project will move up to 50,000 barrels of natural gas liquids from a gas processing plant in McKenzie County to a plant in Williams County, where it will go into the Bakken Pipeline. The Cherry Creek Pipeline crosses the Missouri River and has shut-off valves on both sides of the crossing.

Information from: Bismarck Tribune, The Associated Press

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