Proposed pipeline from North Dakota to Oklahoma
ONEOK Partners has proposed the Bakken Crude Express Pipeline, a 1,300-mile pipeline to carry oil from North Dakota to Cushing, Oklahoma, a national storage hub. This latest proposal brings the total to six pipeline projects, and which pipelines to be built will be determined by which pipeline projects receive supplier commitments, according to the North Dakota Pipeline Authority. The only pipeline project to have commitments is TransCanada’s Keystone XL, which is still trying to get federal approval for crossing the U.S.-Canada border. The Bakken Crude Express is estimated to cost between $1.5-1.8 billion and could move 200,000 barrels of crude daily. See the Dickinson Press article of the proposed ONEOK pipeline here.
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