The auto auction for pipelines can be tricky.
The bidding starts on Friday and the final price is set at $100,000, or about $1 million more than what it would have been had the bidding not been halted for the weekend.
The auto sale will begin on Saturday, and it’s expected to run for two weeks.
The auction is not open to anyone over 21, and there are limits on how much gas can be purchased.
A buyer must be 18 or older.
The bidding ends on Tuesday and the pipeline will be closed to the public.
The price at the end of the day will determine whether the pipeline can be sold.
Forget that the price is not yet finalized, the price will be announced later this week.
If the bidding reaches the price of $100 million, it will open the pipeline to the general public and allow the company to continue producing gas at a rapid pace.
The pipeline is the largest source of gas in North America, and its closure could impact the state’s economy, and the ability of the state to import and export gas.
North Dakota is the only state with a large gas production, but it has a long way to go before it can become a world leader.
The state was recently ranked fourth in the nation for its greenhouse gas emissions and is also behind neighboring Montana, South Dakota and Wyoming.
If North Dakota becomes the third largest producer in the U.S. and the largest producer of gas on the planet, the country could have a much bigger role in its own energy future.
This is an opinion piece.
The views expressed in this article are those of just the author.