March 2019, Vol. 246, No. 3


WBI Energy Expanding Transportation from Bakken

WBI Energy Expanding Transportation from Bakken   WBI Energy plans to construct 67 miles of new pipeline, compression and ancillary facilities to transport natural gas from core Bakken production areas in western North Dakota to an interconnection point with Northern Border Pipeline.     This project would provide 200 MMcf/d of natural gas transportation capacity. The company hopes to begin construction on the project in early 2021, with construction expected later that year.   “We are excited to grow our pipeline system to meet the natural gas transportation needs in the Bakken region,” Trevor J. Hastings, president and CEO of WBI Energy, told members of the Pipe Line Contractors Associa

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