Double H Pipeline
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Double H Pipeline is an oil pipeline in the United States.
The pipeline originates in Dore, North Dakota on the border with Montana, and terminates in Guernsey, Wyoming.
- Operator: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners
- Capacity: 84,000 barrels per day
- Length: 511 miles
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2015
The pipeline was placed in service in February 2015 and transports crude oil produced in the Bakken play from the Dore Terminal in North Dakota and Albin terminal in Sydney, Montana to Guernsey, Wyoming, where it interconnects with Pony Express Pipeline. It is 511 miles.
The project was proposed by Hiland Crude, LLC a subsidiary of Hiland Partners that at the time was owned by the Harold Hamm family from Enid, Oklahoma. Hamm sold Hiland Partners to Kinder Morgan for $3 billion in January 2013.
Articles and resources
- Double H Pipeline, Kinder Morgan website, accessed September 2017
- National Energy and Petrochemical Map , FracTracker, February 28, 2020
- Liquids Pipeline Projects, Energy Information Administration, accessed July 12, 2021
- Kinder Morgan Double H Pipeline, Kinder Morgan, accessed October 2017
- Pipeline proposed to cross Fallon County, Fallon County Times, 12 Apr. 2013
- Harold Hamm sells Bakken pipeline network to Kinder Morgan, Shale Gas International, 22 Jan. 2015