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    Williston basin OIL pipeline info direct from the State of ND

    Theese pipeline are new & or added OIL pipeline capacity.

    Here are just a few to start with and the quantities of their pipeline takeaways.

    Butte Pipeline expanded up to 160,000 Bbls/day in 2012

    Butte Loop Pipeline expanding to 100,000 Bbls/day by 2014
    Tesoro Refinery expanded to 68,000Bbls/day in%2

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    • Whatever you say, you're never wrong. Just twist your "facts" around until you think you're right.

      I still say that there aren't going to be very many new pipelines built in the Bakken. Interpret that however you want.

      • 1 Reply to rlp2451
      • Even after posting that there are NOW EIGHT OIL pipelines being built, the new ones, &/or the actual expansions.

        ...each listed by name so that you and everyone can go look it up and check...

        ......with the specific quantity of how much more oil each will transport...

        .......with a list of the increased pipeline capacity year by year from 2008 to 2016 with the numbers posted AT the STATE of North Dakota....

        ...that you or anyone else can just go and check......you actually say this:

        "I still say that there aren't going to be very many new pipelines built in the Bakken. Interpret that however you want."

        And you are serious?

    • Whatever you say. You're never wrong. Just twist it around until you're always right.

      • 1 Reply to rlp2451
      • Maybe this below will show the very clear picture of the result of the new pipelines being built in the Williston basin.

        Railroad capacity more than doubled from 2011 to 2012, then in 2013 it levles off at 880,000 bbls/day....and stays about there until around 2016.

        ....while the OIL pipelines in the Williston basin continue to increase at these numbers listed below....from the state of North Dakota.

        So, if you still have any doubt about increasing pipeline capacity in the Bakken, then it is a personal issue that is not based in the facts, all of which can easily be checked at the ND Pipeline Authority.

        Pipeline takeaway for OIL in Bbls/day for The Williston Basin

        2008......272,000
        2009......286,000
        2010......337,500
        2011......413,000
        2012.....463,000

        2013.....658,000
        2014.....918,000
        2015.....1,018,000
        2016.....1,243,000

        Railroad takeaway for OIL in Bbls/day for The Williston Basin

        2008.....30,000
        2009.....95,000
        2010....115,000
        2011.....275,000
        2012.....730,000

        2013.....880,000
        2014.....880,000
        2015.....880,000
        2016.....880,000

    • Looks like SOB is resorting to using his other monikers...

      • 2 Replies to rrb1981
      • That is not correct...[I have only one]......but I did try to post that....and it went for a long while while it was trying to post and then that other name did show up....and it chopped off the bottom of the post...so I will post what I was trying to post:

        "These pipeline are Williston Basin NEW &/or added OIL pipeline capacity.

        Butte Pipeline expanded up to 160,000 Bbls/day in 2012

        Butte Loop Pipeline expanding to 100,000 Bbls/day by 2014
        Tesoro Refinery expanded to 68,000Bbls/day in July 2012

        Enbridge Mainline North Dakota expanded to 210,000 Bbls/day in 2012
        Enbridge Bakken Expansion Program expanding to 145,000 Bbls/day in Q1, 2013

        Plains Bakken North expanding to 75,000 Bbls/day in 2013
        High Prarie Pipeline expanding to 150,000 Bbls/day in 2014

        Enbridge Sandpiper expanding to 225,000 Bbls/day in Q1, 2016

        ALL of those above are building extensions or adding OIL pipelines in the Williston basin....some are already done in 2012, and others are being built.

        Excluded from that list, BUT still posted on the state info.....is the Keystone XL....which I left off the list above.

        The quantity additions are also posted at the state....for each year."

      • Back later when the OLB settles down a little.

    • And, this is the quantity in Bbls/day by year....from the state of North Dakota.

      Pipeline takeaway for OIL in Bbls/day for The Williston Basin

      2008......272,000
      2009......286,000
      2010......337,500
      2011......413,000
      2012.....463,000

      2013.....658,000
      2014.....918,000
      2015.....1,018,000
      2016.....1,243,000

 
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