March 2011, Vol. 238 No. 3


Bison Pipeline Begins Moving Natural Gas Out Of Rockies

TransCanada Corporation’s Bison Pipeline, constructed by Michels Pipeline Construction and Price Gregory International, became operational Jan. 14, 2011. The 303-mile, 30-inch-diameter interstate pipeline has an initial capacity of 407 MMcf/d, all of which is currently under long-term contract. With additional compression, the pipeline is expandable to 1 Bcfd. Bison begins in northeastern Wyoming and travels northeast through Montana and North Dakota before connecting with Northern Border Pipeline in North Dakota. Natural gas transported on Bison will reach Midwest markets via Northern Border, a pipeline partially owned indirectly through TransCanada’s interest in

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