Gathering Crude Oil
Enable Midstream is partnering in the success of its customers by constructing and operating about 170 miles of crude gathering pipelines and 160 produced water gathering pipelines in the Bakken Shale.
The Bear Den system began operations in November 2013, and early volumes flowed on the first completed portion of the Nesson system in 2015. Together the system capacities total 49,500 bpd. The Bear Den system in McKenzie and Dunn counties connects with Enbridge, and the Nesson system in Williams and Mountrail counties connects with the Bakken Link.
To see a map of our Bakken systems, click on this link: Enable Midstream Bakken System Map
We have built our reputation as a midstream provider that meets target in-service dates and executes well on large infrastructure projects. Most important are the strong relationships we have with our customers. That's why our brand promise is to be "A Partner in Your Success™."
Enable Bakken Crude Services
To see information about Enable Bakken Crude Services, please click on this link: Enable Bakken Crude Services
Condensate and Stabilization Services
To see information about Enable Midstream's condensate and stabilization assets and services, please click on this link: Condensate & Stabilization