North Dakota natural gas plant starts up

By OGJ editors

Oneok Partners LP, Tulsa, reported that its 100-MMcfd Garden Creek natural gas processing plant in eastern McKenzie County, ND, is receiving production from the Bakken shale.

Oneok Partners previously announced plans to invest $1.5-1.8 billion for projects in the Bakken shale during 2012-14 in its gas gathering and processing and NGL businesses. In addition to the Garden Creek plant, these investments include construction of the 500-mile Bakken pipeline and two additional 100-MMcfd gas processing plants: Stateline I and Stateline II in western Williams County, ND.

The Bakken pipeline is to be completed by first-half 2013; Stateline I and Stateline II plants are to be completed by third-quarter 2012 and first-half 2013, respectively.

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