Casper Star Tribune-April 3, 2013
DOUGLAS – A new $300 million pipeline could eventually transport up to 100,000 barrels of crude oil across the state per day.
Hiland Crude, a subsidiary of Oklahoma-based Hiland Partners, an oil and gas marketing and transportation company, seeks to build a 462-mile pipeline connecting Door, N.D., to Guernsey.
The line would follow a path of about 230 to 250 miles through Campbell, Converse and Platte counties before connecting to an existing line, according to Jim Suttle, Hiland Crude vice president.
Suttle presented plans for the pipeline to Converse County commissioners Wednesday in Douglas. The 12-inch line is expected to come online in August 2014 and would initially carry about 50,000 barrels of crude south from the North Dakota and Montana Bakken shale plays. Read the entire article HERE…