Pipeline would alleviate Highway 22 truck traffic
A crude oil pipeline proposed by Bakken Oil Express would take 800-some trucks off the treacherous stretch of Highway 22 between Killdeer and Dickinson.
The 38-mile pipeline would send oil from a pumping station southwest of Killdeer down to BOE’s existing rail hub southwest of Dickinson.
With a capacity of 165,000 barrels per day, the pipeline would transport the equivalent of 825 tanker trucks of oil, getting some traffic off the road.
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