September 2021, Vol. 248, No. 9

Editor's Notebook

Northern Demand not Isolated

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief Say what you will about the state of the industry, customers are still clamoring for natural gas in their homes and businesses, and with that need for expansion comes new pipeline projects.   Montana-Dakota Utilities (MDU) and WBI Energy are in the process of just such a build-out in eastern North Dakota, where customer contracts have exceeded the volume of gas that can be delivered on an uninterrupted basis.   To fulfill MDU’s growing need for supply, which now includes 10 MMcf/d of firm supply in two locations, WBI Energy will construct a 60-mile, 12-inch natural gas pipeline expansion and ancillary facilities to the city of Wah

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