The expansion will expand operations in Wyoming (known as the Equality Line), Montana and North Dakota (known as South Bend).
Bridger Pipeline FAQ
What counties does the line go through in North Dakota? In Montana? In Wyoming?
North Dakota: McKenzie, Golden Valley Montana: Wibaux, Fallon Wyoming: Crook, Weston, Niobrara, Goshen, Platte
Is this expansion part of the Liberty Pipeline project?
No. Liberty Pipeline LLC is completely separate from Bridger Pipeline’s expansion. Liberty Pipeline runs from Guernsey, WY to Cushing, OK. Liberty is a joint venture between Bridger Pipeline LLC and Phillips 66. The Bridger expansion will bring oil from North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming to Guernsey where it could enter the Liberty Pipeline or any […]
How much oil will the new lines carry per day?
The Wyoming section of the expansion (Equality) will be a 20-inch line with a capacity of 200,000 barrels a day. The North Dakota and Montana section of the expansion (South Bend) will be a 16-inch line with capacity of 150,000 barrels a day.
Will the pipeline used in this expansion be made in the US?
Yes. The material used for this expansion will be made domestically in the United States. We have ordered the 20-inch pipe for Equality. The order was split between two US pipeline rolling mills. We have not ordered the 16-inch pipe for South Bend yet. When we do, we will source the pipe from US rolling […]
How long are the expanded pipelines?
Bridger’s expansion will add approximately 330 miles of pipeline to our already existing operations. In Wyoming, the Equality Line will be about 191 miles long and in North Dakota and Montana, the South Bend Line will be about 137 miles long.