A midstream natural gas company has applied to increase the capacity of a natural gas liquids pipeline in McKenzie and Dunn Counties.
ONEOK has applied to build two pumping stations on its Bear Creek pipeline, to increase the capacity of the pipeline from 15,000 barrels to 80,000 barrels.
It runs from the Bear Creek gas processing plant to another pipeline.
The company had applied in January, but put the project on hold. Now it wants to go ahead with the project.
North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak calls it good news.