Bakken Express Oil Pipeline
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Bakken Express Oil Pipeline, or Bakken Crude Express Pipeline, was a proposed oil pipeline in the United States that was cancelled in 2012.
The pipeline was planned to run from North Dakota through Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and Kansas and terminate at Cushing, Oklahoma.
- Owner: OneOK Inc.
- Parent company: OneOK Inc.
- Capacity: 200,000 barrels per day
- Length: 1,300 miles
- Status: Cancelled
- Cost: US$1.8 billion
The Bakken Express Oil Pipeline was a planned $1.8 billion, 1300-mile pipeline that would have transported crude oil from the Bakken shale play in North Dakota to Cushing, Oklahoma. The pipeline was cancelled in November 2012 after OneOK failed to secure sufficient long-term commitments.
Articles and resources
- North Dakota to Oklahoma oil pipeline canceled, US Oil Properties, 28 Nov. 2012
- ONEOK Partners to invest $1.8bn to build the Bakken Crude Express pipeline in US, Energy Business Review, 12 Apr. 2012