MDU Resources eyes more interest for Bakken gas pipeline
NEW ORLEANS, March 24
NEW ORLEANS, March 24 (Reuters) - MDU Resources Group Inc is looking for more natural gas producers to sign up to use capacity on a planned $650 million pipeline that would transport the fuel through North Dakota to Minnesota, the company's chief executive said on Monday.
The company in January launched a 120-day period for prospective customers of the pipeline to sign supply agreements to transport natural gas.
"We're encouraged by the reaction of the marketplace, but I'd be getting ahead of myself if I said we're ready to build" the pipeline, Dave Goodin, MDU's chief executive, said during an interview at the Howard Weil energy conference in New Orleans. "We need some binding commitments." (Reporting by Ernest Scheyder; Editing by Bernard Orr)
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