Tag Archives: North Dakota

Here comes the boom … again: Tioga to host Enbridge’s Sandpipe Pipeline

By Jillian Mitchell Black gold can change a town forever—even more so when it’s accompanied by the construction of a new pipeline. Tioga, ND, is poised to become a significant pipeline hub by 2017, serving as the start line of Enbridge’s new Sandpiper Pipeline. The $2.6-billion project ($1.3 billion in…

Oil-by-rail: when crisis strikes

Industry stays proactive in the face of derailments By Jillian Mitchell As North American oil production continues to outpace pipeline capacity, shipment by rail is increasingly common. Today, an estimated two-thirds of North Dakota’s crude oil is transported by rail. It’s a big business, with accordingly, big responsibilities. And when…

Greater North Dakota Chamber advocates for pipelines

By Andy Peterson, President & CEO, Greater North Dakota Chamber  The Greater North Dakota Chamber has been long interested in transportation. We’re not experts in transportation per se, but we know enough to say that one cannot make a living without getting his or her goods or services to market…

AECOM to provide construction services for Dakota Gasification Company plant

AECOM (NYSE:ACM), a premier, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, announced today that it has been selected by Dakota Gasification Company, also known as “Dakota Gas” to provide construction services at the company’s Great Plains Synfuels plant in Beulah, N.D. “AECOM is pleased to have been selected by Dakota Gasification Company…

Polyflow announces the availability of Thermoflex® PE for cold-weather applications at the 2015 Bakken Conference & Expo

New pipe will be able to manage sub-freezing temperature, increasing profitability and pipeline longevity for oil and gas operators in cold-weather climate Polyflow, LLC, the leading manufacturer of spoolable reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP) for transporting hydrocarbons, water, and other fluids and gases, today announced the launch of Thermoflex® PE, a…

Hess completes sale, establishes Bakken Midstream Joint Venture valued at $5.35 billion

Hess Corporation (NYSE: HES) completed the previously announced sale of a 50 percent interest in its Bakken midstream assets to Global Infrastructure Partners for cash consideration of $2.675 billion on July 1, 2015. As planned, Hess and Global Infrastructure Partners have created a premier midstream joint venture — Hess Infrastructure Partners. The joint venture has incurred $600 million of debt through a…