New gas pipeline proposed in N.D.A natural gas pipeline is planned on U.S. Forest Service land in western North Dakota.
DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) — A natural gas pipeline is planned on U.S. Forest Service land in western North Dakota.
The Forest Service has proposed a special use permit to allow Bear Paw Energy to build the pipeline to gather and transport gas.
Authorities said the pipeline would be about 4,200 feet long. It would be built at least 4 feet under the Little Missouri National Grassland about 3 miles north of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The Dickinson Press reported that the Forest Service is accepting public comments on the proposal through Oct. 2.