Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Short Crude Oil Pipeline Approved By North Dakota Regulators -- June 8, 2016


June 9, 2016: note -- in the article below FuelFix did something odd -- talked about moving oil in a pipeline using "gallons per day."

The Bismarck Tribune, from which FuelFix got the article, says:
The project has an estimated cost of $9 million and would be able to move up to 25,000 barrels per day of crude oil at full capacity. A company official said construction was expected to be completed this summer.  
For me, media outlets like FuelFix lose a bit of their "integrity" when they do things like that. "A million" get one attention but seems to ...

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From FuelFix today: Plains All American Pipeline project gets OK in North Dakota. Anyone surprised?
North Dakota regulators have approved a short crude oil pipeline project in Mountrail County.
the 10-mile pipeline will be able to move up to 1 million gallons per day at full capacity. Cost is estimated at $9 million.
Officials with Houston-based Plains All American Pipeline LP say the project should be completed this summer. It will begin at the company’s Robinson Lake facility and end at the Van Hook rail facility southeast of New Town.

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