PSC approves 2 small oil and gas pipeline projects in McKenzie County

Associated Press

PSC approves 2 small oil and gas pipeline projects in McKenzie County

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota regulators have approved siting permits for two small pipeline projects in McKenzie County.

Hiland Crude plans a 13-mile crude oil pipeline, and Caliber Midstream Partners plans a 4.4-mile liquid natural gas pipeline.

The state Public Service Commission says the pipelines will be valuable pieces of infrastructure in the western oil patch.

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