North Dakota pipeline news
Outrigger Energy II enters into long-term agreement with XTO Energy
The long-term definitive gas gathering and processing agreement is for the servicing of XTO’s production in Williams County, North Dakota.
Energy Transfer announces binding supplemental open season for the Bakken Pipeline System
Dakota Access, LLC and Energy Transfer Crude Oil Company, LLC have launched the open season to solicit additional shipper commitments for transportation service from the Bakken/Three Forks play in North Dakota.
ONEOK announces additional pipeline capacity
Expansion of ONEOK’s Arbuckle II NGL pipeline to accompany new NGL fractionation and natural gas processing infrastructure.
Energy Transfer files federal lawsuit against co-conspirator group
Energy Transfer has filed a federal lawsuit against Greenpeace International, Greenpeace Inc., Greenpeace Fund, Inc., BankTrack and Earth First! for the violation of federal and state racketeering statutes, in addition to interfering with pipeline construction activities and providing false information about the company.
Bakken pipeline system is now in service
Energy Transfer Partners has announced that the Bakken pipeline is in service, transporting domestic crude oil from the Bakken/Three Forks production areas.
Savage commences Bakken connector pipeline open season
Savage Bakken Connector, Inc. has announced a binding open season for a connector pipeline that is set to connect to the Dakota Access pipeline.
ETP launches Bakken pipeline open season
Energy Transfer Partners has announced the start of a binding supplemental open season for Bakken pipeline transport.
DAPL: one step closer
According a federal court filing submitted by Energy Transfer Partners, oil has been placed in the Dakota Access pipeline.
Belle Fourche spill three times larger than expected
The Belle Fourche pipeline spill is now believed to have been approximately three times larger than originally estimated.
DAPL: moving ahead
An emergency order has been refused and the pipeline has been vandalised, yet, Dakota Access is still set to be operational by next week.