But back to the graphic featuring Tioga and Prairie Rose, North Dakota:
For more on this pipeline, see this post from September 17, 2013. From that post:
More takeaway capacity for North Dakota natural gas identified.
- Aux Sable announces one of the first natural gas facilities in western North Dakota, May 3, 2013
- Enbridge's moat has widened, August, 22, 2012
- Another revenue stream for mineral owners, April 27, 2012
- Tioga to Sherwood, September 28, 2011
The Prairie Rose Pipeline, owned by Aux Sable, Calgary, with origins in Burke and Mountrail County, will feed natural gas from these two counties into the Alliance Pipeline, owned by Summit Midstream Partners; this pipeline is 2,300 miles long and runs from western Canada to the Chicago hub.
That's almost a 50% increase in one pipeline system.
- Current agreement: 17 million cubic feet/day
- New agreement: 25 million cubic feet/day