BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Public Service Commission has slated a public hearing for a proposed oil pipeline in McKenzie and Dunn counties.
The meeting is slated May 11 in Killdeer.
The agency says BOE Pipeline LLC has submitted an application for a permit for the location of a new 42-mile long, 16-inch diameter crude oil pipeline. The pipeline will carry crude oil from a new terminal near Johnson’s Corner to the BOE terminal near Killdeer. The terminal is connected to a company rail hub southwest of Dickinson.
The company says the pipeline would have a maximum capacity of 165,000 barrels per day. Total cost of the project is estimated to be $55 million.
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