Utilities, cooperatives prompted to boost capacity
BISMARCK -- Ample supplies of natural gas, and sharp increases in demand for electricity in North Dakota's Oil Patch, have prompted utilities and cooperatives to boost capacity.
Basin Electric Power Cooperative will build six 5-megawatt gas peaking plants for a total of 270 megawatts at two locations in western North Dakota.
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