ONEOK Rockies Midstream

ONEOK Rockies Midstream

ONEOK Rockies Midstream has natural gas gathering, processing and fractionation operations in two producing basins in the Rocky Mountain region: the Williston Basin, which spans portions of Montana and North Dakota, and includes the oil-producing, NGL-rich Bakken Shale and Three Forks formations; and the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, which includes the NGL-rich Frontier, Turner, Sussex and Niobrara Shale formations, and is the largest gatherer and processor in the Williston Basin.

With Capital investments of approximately $3.1 billion to $3.4 billion through 2016 – including approximately $950 million in previously announced new projects and acquisitions in North Dakota’s NGL-rich Williston Basin and Wyoming’s Powder River Basin – ONEOK Rockies Midstream is meeting the rapidly growing needs of crude oil and natural gas producers in those areas. View a map.

Where We Operate

Williston Basin – western North Dakota and eastern Montana

  • Approximately 6,900 miles of gathering pipelines;
  • Nine processing plants;
  • Approximately 615 million cubic feet per day of capacity;
  • Approximately three million acres of dedication

Power River Basin – northeast Wyoming

  • Approximately 450 miles of gathering pipelines;
  • Nearly 130,000 acres of dedicated reserves;
  • Recently acquired Sage Creek Plant – A 50-MMcf/d natural gas processing facility in Converse County, Wyoming

Growth Projects

Five 100 MMcf/d natural gas processing facilities previously constructed in the Williston Basin

  • Stateline I, Stateline II in Williams County, North Dakota;
  • Garden Creek, Garden Creek II, Garden Creek III in McKenzie County, North Dakota

Two natural gas processing facilities under construction

  • 200 MMcf/d Lonesome Creek plant and related infrastructure in McKenzie County, North Dakota is expected to be completed in fourth quarter 2015 at a cost of approximately $550 million to $680 million;
  • 80 MMcf/d Bear Creek plant and related infrastructure in Dunn County, North Dakota is expected to be completed in third quarter 2016 at a cost of approximately $230 million to $330 million

Where We’re Located

ONEOK Rockies Midstream, headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has field offices in Sidney, Montana and Gillette, Wyoming.

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