BakkenLink decision by Sept. 27
NDPSC approves pipeline; BLM says preferred alternative that excludes crossing of Lake Sakakawea will be selected in final EA
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With approval from the North Dakota Public Service Commission granted on Sept. 5, and approval from the federal Bureau of Land Management forthcoming, the proposed BakkenLink crude oil pipeline in western North Dakota is getting closer to becoming reality, although the final route will be shorter th....
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BLM preferred alternative
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