DAPL 2.0 Pipeline Expansion - Interviews Leading Up To Nov. 13th PSC Hearing In Linton, ND



State regulators will hold a public hearing over the proposed expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline on Nov. 13 in Linton.

Scott Hennen is talking with local, regional and national leaders on this expansion, leading up to the hearing on Nov. 13th.

The North Dakota Public Service Commission received numerous requests for a hearing on pipeline operator Energy Transfer’s plan to build a pump station in Emmons County. The facility would add horsepower to send more oil through the line, which runs from North Dakota to Illinois. Energy Transfer wants to nearly double the line’s existing capacity to accommodate up to 1.1 million barrels of oil per day to meet growing demand from shippers in the Bakken.


Interview Links - Click below to hear audio:


11/4/19 - Brian Kroshus, ND Public Service Commission Chair

11/5/19 - Justin Kringstad, ND Pipeline Authority 

11/6/19 - Gary Sanders, Emmons County Sheriff

11/7/19 - Julie Fedorchak, ND Public Service Commission Member

11/7/19 - Ryan Rauschenberger, ND Tax Commissioner

11/7/19 - Doug Hille, rancher in St. Anthony, pipeline runs through his land

11/7/19 - Ron Ness, ND Petroleum Council President

11/7/19 - Doug Burgum, ND Governor 

11/12/19 - Craig Stevens, Grow America's Infrastructure Now

11/12/19 - Jon Hunt, VP of Terminals for Energy Transfer Partners

11/12/19 - Brian Kroshus, ND Public Service Commission Chair

11/12/19 - Geoff Simon, Western Dakota Energy Association