A company building a natural gas liquids pipeline through eastern Wyoming plans to start construction in the next couple of weeks in the last holdout, Crook County.According to the article at the link:
“We currently have five pipeline construction spreads under way,” said Bob Eberts, project manager of the Bakken NGL Pipeline. “Three of those are in Wyoming. Two are in Montana.”
The NGL will originate in the Bakken Shale of North Dakota and Montana.This is an overview of the natural gas pipelines criss-crossing the United States.
The 500-mile pipeline starts in Sydney, Mont., and will end in Weld County, Colo. From there it will connect with the Overland Pass Pipeline, which is 50 percent owned by ONEOK.
Crook County. If nothing else, the blog is teaching me a lot of US geography.