November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11


Bridger To Build 77-Mile Crude Line

Although the contractor that will build a 77-mile crude oil pipeline for Bridger Pipeline LLC in North Dakota has not yet been announced, construction was slated to commence in the first week of October on the project that recently received approval from the state Public Service Commission. Bridger Pipeline received the approval from the PSC to construct Four Bears Pipeline, a 12-inch steel pipeline system capable of handling 60,000 bpd with the possibility of moving 110,000 bpd. The planned route of the line begins about 15 miles west of the Four Bears Bridge in McKenzie County, just north of state Highway 23. The southern end of the line will then connect into Bridger’

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