We plan years in advance to make sure we’re ready to provide the energy you need, when you need it.
It’s our job to ensure the infrastructure that delivers your natural gas is safe and reliable. That’s why we’re frequently making strategic investments in our system.
Black Hills Energy is in the process of replacing an aging natural gas pipeline western Colorado.
You'll see us working in your neighborhoods as we install approximately 18,000 feet of new natural gas lines in Council Bluffs, Iowa in 2020.
We have plans to replace the natural gas main and service lines in your neighborhood.
Black Hills Energy is constructing a 6.4 mile long natural gas line south of the City of Dubuque in Dubuque County, Iowa.
We’re updating the natural gas mainline in Aspen, Colorado, along McLain Flats Road. Construction will begin on April 16, 2019, and continue through the fall.
We’re updating natural gas lines throughout Kansas to keep you and your community safe, now and in the future.
We’re proposing to construct two new natural gas storage wells in the Wolf Creek Storage Field in Colorado.
We’re building the Natural Bridge Pipeline, a 35-mile natural gas transmission line, to improve reliability and meet the growing needs of our 57,000 customers in central Wyoming.
To meet the growing energy needs of the area, we’re enhancing natural gas service in Laramie. Construction of a new, 4.5-mile natural gas pipeline began June 3 and we expect it to be completed early this fall. The project gives Laramie the additional reliability needed to meet the city’s growth.
To maintain reliable delivery of power and meet current and future demand from customers, the Reliability Upgrade for Southern Colorado will ensure reliable power — now and in the future — by upgrading our infrastructure via a transmission line stretching from Pueblo West to Cañon City.