Dakota Access Pipeline Pump Station Approved -

The Dakota Access Pipeline's proposed expansion pump station in North Dakota was unanimously approved on Wednesday, February 19. To help establish a more reliable transportation of water within the Bakken, Henry Hill Oil Services offers an alternative option.

The Dakota Access Pipeline’s proposed expansion pump station in North Dakota was unanimously approved on Wednesday, February 19. The pipeline operator, Energy Transfer Partners, is proposing to start to build a $40 million pump station early this spring with completion after a 10 month build period. This pump will increase the capacity of the pipeline from 570,000 to 1.1 million barrels of oil per day.


The increased pipeline transportation within the Bakken is not only crucial for oil and gas, but also for the water produced. To help establish a more reliable transportation of water within the Bakken, Henry Hill Oil Services offers an alternative option. Instead of relying on unpredictable over-the-road transportation, pipeline gathering systems help ensure that the transportation of their waste is being taken care of by taking trucks off the road. Henry Hill Oil Services provides crucial steps in the design, construction and operation of saltwater pipelines, gathering and disposal systems creating the most cost-effective, environmentally friendly solution to this byproduct of oil and gas production.

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