Cue the applause for Tulsa, Okla.-based ONEOK. The 900-mile, $1.4 billion Elk Creek Pipeline today is flowing NGLs from the Williston Basin to the company’s fractionation, terminal and storage facility in Bushton, Kan.. For gas producers operating in the Williston, Powder River and DJ basins, the gulf between supplies and key market centers just got a little smaller. And with it, a long significant stride to reduce the amount of flaring in N.D.

ONEOK

ONEOK, Inc. is a diversified Fortune 500 corporation based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. ONEOK was founded in 1906 as Oklahoma Natural Gas Company, but It changed its corporate name to ONEOK in December 1980. It also owns major natural gas liquids systems due to the 2005 acquisition of Koch Industries natural gas businesses.

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Cue the applause for Tulsa, Okla.-based ONEOK. The 900-mile, $1.4 billion Elk Creek Pipeline today is flowing NGLs from the Williston Basin to the company’s fractionation, terminal and storage facility in Bushton, Kan.. For gas producers operating in the Williston, Powder River and DJ basins, the gulf between supplies and key market centers just got a little smaller. And with it, a long significant stride to reduce the amount of flaring in N.D.

With an initial capacity to transport up to 240,000 BPD of unfractionated NGLs, Elk Creek is the latest addition to ONEOK’s North NGL system, which includes 7,460 miles of gathering pipeline; 4,460 miles of distribution pipelines; nine fractionation facilities with a net capacity of 860,000 BPD; and 14 storage facilities with 27 MMBbls of capacity. The North NGL system stretches from Okla., Texas, Kan., and N.M., to Colo., Wyo., Mont., and N.D.

Elk Creek is one of fIve ONEOK growth projects tapping the Williston Basin, including two new 200 MMCFD natural gas processing facilities in McKenzie, N.D., and expansions of its gas processing plants in Dunn Co., N.D.

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