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BLM asks public to comment on pipeline project

The Bureau of Land Management’s Field Office in North Dakota is asking for the public’s input on a right-of-way application for Bakken Oil Express Pipeline LLC’s BOE II Project, The Dickinson Press reports.

The 42-foot oil pipeline would run from a Johnson’s Corner Facility to a BOE facility in Killdeer and end in near Dickinson. A press release from the BLM said the pipeline would be buried and adhere to current utility regulations “to the extent practicable” for pipelines.

The BLM also plans to evaluate the project’s environmental and economic impact on nearby communities. The public has until June 8 to submit their comments to the BLM Field Office Project Manager Lowell Hassler by email at lhassler@blm.gov or by mail at BLM North Dakota Field Office, Attn: Lowell Hassler, Project Manager, BOE II Pipeline Project, 99 23rd Ave. W, Suite A, Dickinson, ND 58601.

More information is available by calling 701-227-7700.

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