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Pipeline update

Like the intricate weaving of a spider's web, the network of crude oil pipelines beneath the soil weaves their own fingers of steel throughout North Dakota and beyond.

The heart of the pipeline web emulates from the Bakken, heading north, south, east and west from places in McKenzie, Dunn, Williams and Mountrail counties, among other locales.

Nearly 6,000 miles of crude oil pipeline was constructed in the state between 2009 and 2012, increasing from 11,707 miles of pipeline in 2009 to 17,540 by 2012. That year alone, 2,470 miles of new pipe was built allowing Bakken sweet crude to reach additional markets that's akin to the distance between Los Angeles and New York City.

Crude oil pipeline capacity has risen from approximately 286,000 barrels of oil per day in 2009 to more about 783,000 by the end of 2014. In addition, more than $9.5 billion has been spent in the state for pipelines, gathering, and processing facilities.

The number of miles of crude oil pipeline continues to grow with North Dakota Pipeline Company's Sandpiper pipeline inching closer to reality. Others are also in the works, some in early business development stages or migrating through North Dakota's regulatory process.

Even so, the breakdown in the methods of Williston Basin crude oil transportation still looked like this in April 2014:

Approximately 63 percent by rail.

Approximately 30 percent by pipeline.

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1 percent trucked to Canadian pipelines.

However, that will change in 2014 when three confirmed pipeline projects come on board in the calendar year. The Plains Bakken North pipeline went in service in May. The pipeline provides crude oil movement north into Canada Tren Delantero Ford F100 72 where it interconnects with eastern Canadian markets.

The Butte Loop pipeline is next in line with in service slated to begin in the third quarter of 2014. Its 110,000 BOPD capacity will take Bakken crude to Guernsey, Wyo.

In addition, the Hiland Double H pipeline would go in service in the fourth quarter this year. Its 50,000 BOPD is expandable to 100,000 BOPD capacity. Hiland Double "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" H also goes to Guernsey and together, the Butte Hiland pipelines would eventually reach Cushing, Okla. via the Pony Express pipeline, which is currently under construction to Cushing.

Other potential pipeline projects are in various stages of preliminary business development, regulatory approval and actual construction.

Leading the way is the North Dakota Pipeline Company's Sandpiper pipeline, which received North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) approval in late June. Sandpiper is expected to be in service in the first quarter of 2016.

Energy Transfer Partners, Dallas, Texas, has enough shipper and producer commitments to move forward in the process "Anaboliset Aineet" to build a 1,100 mile, 30 inch pipeline with 320,000 BOPD capacity from North Dakota's Bakken gathering facilities to "Anaboliset Aineet" Patoka, Ill. Once the crude reaches Patoka, Kringstad said three options are available:

Stay in the Great Lakes refining region.

South to the Gulf Coast via pipeline.

Shipping to the East Coast via rail.

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Enterprise Products Partners vice president of public relations Rick Rainey, Houston, Texas, described his company's pipeline "buy cheap jintropin online" project in the Bakken as preliminary. The company is currently seeking shipper and producer commitments and from there they will analyze its tentative route and viability to determine if they will move forward. It could potentially link to Wyoming's Powder River Basin, Colorado's Denver Julesberg (DJ) Basin, and Mississippian Basin of northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. "Right now it's very preliminary, Rainey stressed. The key driver to pipeline construction is "how can we serve the producers . it's got to be win win," he added. Initial plans call for a 340,000 BOPD capacity, but "that can also change," Rainey explained.

If Enterprise Partners Products completes its potential pipeline project in North Dakota, it would be the company's first venture into the Bakken. However, they have are a major player in the crude oil picture in many other regions in the United States.

All things point towards significant growth remaining in North Dakota's Bakken oil play, Kringstad described, especially with production now exceeding 1 million barrels per day.

Moving crude oil within North Dakota as well as outside of the state has always been a major challenge for producers due to lack of infrastructure. For example, when it comes to moving crude oil within the state, Kringstad said a majority of it is still trucked from the well site to a gathering facility, whether it is a pipeline or rail site.

That's changing, though, as well. In one year's time, Kringstad said Mountrail, Dunn, McKenzie and Williams counties led the state's Oil Patch counties in adding the most crude oil pipelines and gathering facilities. While that helped reduce truck traffic from the well site in counties such as Mountrail, Burke and Williams counties, McKenzie County's truck traffic increased. However, Kringstad attributed that to the increase in amount of oil production.