Tuesday, September 25, 2018

ONEOK To Increase Natural Gas Processing In The Williston Basin -- September 25, 2018


September 27, 2018: the story also in the Bismarck Tribune:
Oneok plans to construct Demicks Lake II in McKenzie County, adding 200 million cubic feet per day of processing capacity.
Demicks Lake I, which also will have a capacity of 200 million cubic feet per day, is under construction but expected to reach capacity soon after it’s complete, Terry Spencer, Oneok president and CEO, said in a news release.

That increased the need for the Demicks Lake II plant, a $410 million project.
"Additional natural gas gathering and processing capacity in the Williston Basin is critical to supporting record-setting crude oil and natural gas production in North Dakota and helping producers meet regional natural gas capture targets," Spencer said.
Original Post 

A reader just sent me the link to this press release; I would have missed it. A big "thank you" to the reader.

ONEOK announces additional NGL fractionation, pipeline capacity and natural gas porcessing: Texas, North Dakota, and mid-continent:
  • North Dakota:
    • a new 200-million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) natural gas processing facility; the Demicks Lake II plant
    • $410 million project
    • to be completed by 1Q20
    • upon completion, ONEOK's Williston Basin natural gas processing capacity: more than 1.4 billion cubic feet per day (about 235,000 boepd) 
    • North Dakota gas plants are tracked here ; note: the Demicks Lake II plant is not yet shown on the linked data base (see below)
  • Texas: 
    • a new 125,000-bbl per day factionator -- MB-5 -- in Mont Belvieu, TX
  • mid-continent:
    • an extension of ONEOK's Arbuckle II NGL pipeline further north; will increase capacity by approximately 100,000 bpd to increase total capacity up to 500,000 bpd by adding pup stations
Natural gas processing plants in North Dakota (link above; click on chart to make it bigger):

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