Tulsa-based Oneok Inc. on Monday was working with Oklahoma emergency responders and regulatory authorities to evaluate the damage at its Medford natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation facility following a fire on Saturday. All of the midstream operator’s personnel were accounted for, according to spokesperson Brad Borror. The company was continuing to “prioritize the safety of…
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The North Dakota Industrial Commission has extended until Aug. 15 the deadline to submit proposals for a natural gas pipeline connecting the western and eastern portions of the state. The state legislature in 2021 approved $150 million in grants to fund the project, stipulating that $10 million of the total must be used for a…
Tulsa, OK-based Oneok Inc.’s Elk Creek natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline could rapidly bring gas flaring in the Bakken formation under control once it ramps up to full capacity, company executives said on a conference call last week. The expected drop in flaring could, in turn, boost output in North Dakota.
Tulsa, OK-based Oneok Inc.’s Elk Creek natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline could rapidly bring gas flaring in the Bakken formation under control once it ramps up to full capacity, company executives said on a conference call Wednesday.
The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) expects to roll out changes to how spill reports are conveyed to the public within a year’s time amid renewed public scrutiny.
Tulsa-based Oneok Inc. is expanding its natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) infrastructure in North Dakota and West Texas with “low-cost, capital-efficient projects” that meet its customers needs, the company said Thursday.
Oneok Inc. plans to construct additional infrastructure to handle growing natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) volumes from its U.S. operations, including a fractionator in Texas, a gas processing facility to serve the Williston Basin and an NGL pipeline extension and expansion in the Midcontinent.
Oklahoma-based Oneok Inc. is moving ahead with an expansion of its natural gas processing plant in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale.
Oneok Inc.’s Stateline natural gas processing plant in Williams County, ND, has resumed full operations following a fire on July 8 that was confined to a single utility building. Fire erupted in the building tied to a 26,000 b/d de-ethanizer plant adjacent to the 200 MMcf/d processing plant. There were no reported injuries; the fire is under investigation. Stateline has been serving Bakken Shale operators since 2013.
The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) has given its approval to an application for one natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline and set a hearing to debate another later this month.