North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak joins Energy Matters with Scott Hennen and Todd Mitchell.
On today's show, Fedorchak gives her reaction from the recent energy conference, which was attended by EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler, at the Bismarck State College recently.
Fedorchak also previews the upcoming hearing in Emmons County on November 13 dealing with the Dakota Access Pipeline. On June 20, 2019, Dakota Access, LLC filed a combined application to amend Certificate of Corridor Compatibility 179 and to amend Route Permit 191 for the addition of a pump station to its existing Dakota Access Pipeline. The pump station will be located in the South 1/2 Southeast 1/4 of Section 5, Township 132 North, Range 77 West, in Emmons County, North Dakota. The pump station will consist of five 6,000 horsepower electrically driven motors and pumps, which will allow for pipeline transportation of up to 1,100,000 total barrels of crude oil per day.