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Bison

Bison connects from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming to the Northern Border system in North Dakota.

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Bison interconnect at third-party compressor facility

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Bison map

Asset information

TCP Ownership

100%

Began operations

2011

Length

302 miles

 

Capacity

407 MMcf/d

Compressor stations

0

Primary supply source

Powder River Basin, Wyoming

Originates near:

Gillette, Wyoming

Terminates near

Glen Ullin, North Dakota

Primary markets served

Ventura interconnect via Northern Border Pipeline,

Chicago Citygates via Northern Border Pipeline

Opportunities

Although our Bison pipeline earns contractual revenue, changing natural gas dynamics in the U.S. Midwest resulted in several years of no gas flows, only recently beginning intermittent gas flows again. Business development activities are underway to determine the best use for Bison including if the asset can be reversed, re-directed or re-purposed.

Documents and Maps

More information

For the latest information on contracts, customers and other details see TC PipeLines, LP Partnership Profile (updated quarterly)

For commercial information visit BisonPipelineLLC.com