Oneok to invest in Texas, North Dakota plants

08/13/2012
Oneok Partners LP, Tulsa, will spend between $980 million to $1.1 billion through 2014 on several projects in southeastern Texas and North Dakota. At Mont Belvieu, about 20 miles east of Houston, the company will build a 75,000 b/d NGL fractionator (MB-3), a 40,000 b/d ethane-propane splitter, and associated systems for both. In North Dakota, Oneok will build a 100 MMcfd gas processing plant (Garden Creek II) and related systems in eastern McKenzie County, ND, in the Bakken shale in the Williston basin. It will also increase capacity on its Bakken NGL pipeline to 135,000 b/d from 60,000 b/d. Oneok said supply commitments for the expanded pipeline and fractionator are “in various stages of...
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