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YESCO completes DAPL electrical supply contract

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World Pipelines,

Independent electrical supply and wholesale company, YESCO has fulfilled the supply of all lighting and switch gear used on six of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) terminals – Stanley, Ramberg, Epping, Trenton, Watford and Johnson terminals.

YESCO provided DAPL with comprehensive project management solutions to deliver reliable lighting solutions and switchgear from its manufacturing partners – including Photometric reviews, submittals and advanced logistic planning. RAB Lighting and EATON supplied high efficiency LED lighting solutions (for things like lowbays, wallpacks, emergency and exit signs) and advanced switch gear for the six terminals at the DAPL project.

The company also offered distribution management for DAPL, working with onsite engineers, project managers and manufacturer representatives to ensure that on time and accurate deliveries took place over a one year period.

The 1172 mile DAPL is an underground crude oil pipeline extending from the Bakken/Three Forks production area in North Dakota to Patoka (Illinois).

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