North Dakota regulators plan hearing on proposed oil pipeline

Associated Press

North Dakota regulators plan hearing on proposed oil pipeline

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Public Service Commission has slated a public hearing in Stanley to take comments on a new crude oil pipeline.

The hearing for the Bison Pipeline Project is being held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Stanley City Hall.

Plains Pipeline is proposing the 10-mile-long, 8-inch diameter oil pipeline that's designed to transport about 15,000 barrels of crude daily.

The $9 million pipeline would originate at about eight miles northeast of New Town and extend southward to connect with the company's rail facility about five miles east of New Town.

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