WILLISTON, N.D. – More oil is now gathered by pipeline than truck in western North Dakota, taking pressure off Oil Patch communities faced with congestion, traffic fatalities and dust.
WILLISTON, N.D. – North Dakota oil production fell 2 percent in September as low oil prices prompted companies to make deeper cuts than regulators expected.
WILLISTON, N.D. – Oil industry leaders in Williston applauded efforts to repeal a ban on crude oil exports Thursday which they say could reverse the recent slowdown in oil activity.
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WILLISTON, N.D. – Sen. John Hoeven plans to tell oil industry leaders in Williston tonight about his proposal to lift the 40-year-old ban on crude oil exports.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Grey hung in the sky, slowly coating the ground with an icy drizzle. Individuals sat quietly in the Salvation Army chapel waiting for their appointment, hoping they could be seen that day. Others simply took the opportunity to get some quality sleep in the warmth of the padded pews.
BISMARCK -- As crude oil prices hang low, about $43 per barrel Monday, some North Dakota operators are trying to divest interests in the Bakken.
WATFORD CITY, N.D. – The North Dakota Industrial Commission adopted new policies Thursday to reward oil companies that exceed their gas capture goals and to allow producers to store oil in the ground until prices recover.
WHITE EARTH, N.D. -- The amount of oil and brine recovered from an oil well near the White Earth River reached 756,000 gallons Tuesday, though officials said 99.9 percent of the contamination was contained to the well pad.
BISMARCK – An abandoned pit that was used to store oil drilling mud and fluids nearly 50 years ago is eroding into the Little Missouri River in western North Dakota, threatening to contaminate drinking water downstream as state officials develop a cleanup plan.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Oil and gas development is displacing grassland birds from their habitat in North Dakota’s prolific Bakken shale region, including one candidate for listing as an endangered species, federal researchers say in a new report.
BISMARCK -- A year from now up to 100,000 barrels per day of more Bakken crude oil will be moving through pipelines to refineries across the country.
BISMARCK – A slew of overreaching federal regulations poses a bigger threat to oil and gas development in North Dakota than slumping crude prices, an industry group leader said Wednesday after updating state lawmakers on regulatory challenges confronting the industry.
WILLISTON, N.D. – North Dakota oil production dropped 1.7 percent in August, a time of year when production usually is on the rise.RELATED CONTENT
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