Bison Pipeline Project

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Summary Information

  • Source: Dead Horse Region near Gillette, Wyoming
  • Destination: Morton County, North Dakota
  • Ownership: Transcanada
  • Website:
  • Length: kilometres (302 miles)
  • Capacity: 477 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d)
  • Status: Planned


  • Bison is an interstate natural gas pipeline designed to transport gas from the Powder River Basin to the Midwest market.
  • Bison consists of approximately 302 miles of 30-inch-diameter natural gas pipeline and related pipeline system facilities that extend northeastward from the Dead Horse Region near Gillette, Wyoming, through southeastern Montana and southwestern North Dakota where it interconnects with Northern Border Pipeline Company’s (Northern Border) system near Northern Border’s Compressor Station No. 6 in Morton County, North Dakota.
  • Bison currently has 407 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of operational capacity. Its design capacity with compression (approved but not yet constructed) is approximately 477 MMcf/d with potential expandability to approximately 1 billion cubic feet per day.


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  • 2011 - Bison Gas Pipeline enters service


  1. The Project Webpage
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  3. Bison Pipeline Begins Service Moving Natural Gas out of the Rockies

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