CROSBY, N.D. — North Dakota’s Public Service Commission is holding a public hearing in Crosby on Monday on a proposed oil pipeline in Divide and Burke counties.
Meadowlark Midstream Co. has submitted an application for the proposed 46-mile-long Global Stampede Pipeline. It would have the capacity to move 50,000 barrels of crude per day, from a pump station near Fortuna to a rail facility near Columbus.
The estimated cost of the project that also includes a 400-barrel above-ground storage tank is $33 million.
The hearing on Monday is at 9:30 a.m. Central time in the Crosby Community Center.
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