Crestwood donates to Watford City medical facility
By Renée Jean email@example.com
Crestwood Equity Partners is the latest oil and gas company to contribute to Watford City’s new medical center.
The company, which has an office in Watford City, is donating $150,000 to the new facility and will be naming the nursing station in the hospital side.
The $74 million medical facility has attracted a number of donations from oil and gas companies, many of them pledges made during the recent downturn.
Among the donations are $1 million from ONEOK to name an emergency room, $200,000 from Oasis Petroleum to name the administrative wing, $300,000 from Kinder Morgan to name a courtyard, $50,000 from XTO Energy for portable ventilators in the emergency room, $10,000 from QEP for the capital campaign, and $42,000 from Hess for colonoscopy equipment.