From space the light thrown off by Bakken gas flaring makes sparsely populated western North Dakota look like Minneapolis-St. Paul. But the gathering pipelines, the processing plants and the interstate pipelines needed to transport Bakken gas to market are finally being built, and within a few years the glow of gas flaring in the region is expected to dim. Today we continue our review of gas flaring in the Bakken with a focus on increased efforts to move Bakken gas to processing plants and consumers.
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