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Goodnight Midstream Adds Bakken Operations

Goodnight Midstream, LLC will be adding five new saltwater disposal wells and 50 miles of produced water gathering pipeline to its network of produced water gathering and disposal facilities in North Dakota, according to Goodnight Midstream.

Over the last year, Goodnight has drilled and completed four salt water disposal (SWD) wells – the Galaxy, Quale, Knoll and Boehm SWD wells. The company also acquired the Signalness SWD well. The Galaxy, Quale, Boehm and Signalness wells are in eastern McKenzie County, while the Knoll well is in southern Mountrail County. The Galaxy, Signalness and Quale facilities will receive trucks as well as piped water, while Knoll and Boehm are pipe only facilities, according to Goodnight.

“We anticipate many years of continued growth with our long-term producing customers who are driving a new phase of growth in the core of the Bakken,” Goodnight Midstream CEO Patrick Walker said.

Including the new additions, Goodnight Midstream now owns and manages 22 facilities with 24 SWD wellbores connected to 250 miles of produced water pipelines in North Dakota.