Montana-Dakota generates, transmits and distributes electricity and distributes natural gas to more than 250 communities in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. Headquarters for Montana-Dakota are in Bismarck, N.D.
- Dakota Heartland – Based in Bismarck, N.D., serving electricity and natural gas.
- Badlands – Based in Dickinson, N.D., serving electricity, natural gas and propane.
- Black Hills – Based in Rapid City, S.D., serving natural gas.
- Rocky Mountain – Based in Billings, Mont., serving natural gas; natural gas and electricity in the Sheridan, Wyo., area.
Electric Generating Facilities:
- R.M. Heskett Station – Based in Mandan, N.D., generates 100 megawatts.
- Lewis & Clark Station – Based in Sidney, Mont., generates 50 megawatts.
- Glendive Combustion Turbines – Based in Glendive, Mont., generates 75 megawatts.
- Miles City Combustion Turbine – Based in Miles City, Mont., generates 25 megawatts.
- Diamond Willow Wind Farm – Based near Baker, Mont., generates 30 megawatts.
- Cedar Hills Wind Farm – Based near Rhame, N.D., generates 19.5 megawatts.
- Heat-Recovery Generation – Based near Glen Ullin, N.D., generates 5.3 megawatts.
The company also co-owns a portion of its electric generating capacity with other utilities (Big Stone Plant, Coyote Station and WyGen III).
For more information about Montana-Dakota Utilities, visit the company website: www.montana-dakota.com.