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North Dakota Petroleum Council Accepting Applications for Al Golden Scholarships

Bismarck, N.D. – The North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) is seeking applicants for the Al Golden Memorial Scholarship program, which will provide a $2,000 scholarship to nine qualified college students pursuing a post-secondary education in...

 

Bill Would End Tax Holiday for New Oil and Gas Wells in Montana

Lawmakers in Helena are considering a bill that would infuse money back into the state's main revenue fund by increasing taxes on new oil and gas wells. House Bill 215 would remove what is called a...

 

Arthaud Awarded University of Mary's First Virtuous Leadership Award

Jim Arthaud started a three employee company in 1979 called MBI Energy Services. That company quickly became well known in the Bakken and quickly grew to become the largest independent oil field servi...

 
 By Jeff Lunnen    Energy    November 9, 2016

Lunnen To Add 83 Acres To 1804 Industrial Park in Trenton

Lunnen Real Estate Services, an industrial real estate development and brokerage company, along with their partners have acquired 83 acres adjoining the Dakota Access (Energy Transfer Partner's) crude oil gathering Trenton Terminal West of Williston...

 

The Williston Basin Petroleum Awards Banquet will be Held November 17

The Williston Basin Chapter American Petroleum Institute is holding their 5th annual Awards Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 17th at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center located at 3601 2nd Ave W...

 

Richland Pump & Supply Has Provided 17 Years of Service And Is Still Going Strong

This is Richland Pump & Supply’s 17th year providing supplies and service to the oilfield. Scott Ramus and Dave Williams opened their doors on Sept. 15, 1999; both had extensive experience in...

 

Registration is Open for the Bakken Oil Product & Service Show

The Bakken Oil Product & Service Show will feature more than one hundred exhibits and invites companies in the Bakken Shale Play to connect, network, and meet vendors. The event will be held at th...

 
 By Jessica Sena    Energy    June 1, 2016

Northern Oilfield Services Survives Slowdown

Oil prices have started to make gains after a turbulent year in the Williston Basin. Just two short years ago, the Bakken was booming with activity. North Dakota was steadily producing more than 1.1 million barrels of oil every day with an average ri...

 

Survey Shows Residents Are Against Regulations

According to a poll conducted by Moore information for the Montana Chamber of Commerce, most residents are against restrictions proposed by the EPA. The poll is the result of 800 telephone interviews...

 

Official Says Recovery Will Take Time

Some people living in the Bakken area became more optimistic recently when the North Dakota director of mineral resources told Williston, N.D. leaders that oil will come back “with a rush.”...

 

Oil Industry At Risk Over Pipeline Lawsuits

One of the key factors in the survival of the Bakken oil patch in the future will be affordable transportation options. Bakken producers receive lower realized prices for their output due to the transportation costs associated with moving the...

 
 By Sheridan Martin    Energy    May 4, 2016

Crude Oil Sold As Export After Ban Is Lifted

After a 40-year ban, Congress lifted the ban on exporting crude oil just this last December. Hess Corp on Friday, April 22nd, 2016 confirmed it sold Bakken crude oil for export out of the U.S. Gulf...

 

Williston Basin Pertroleum Conference To Be Held May 24-26 In Bismarck, ND

Williston Basin Pertroleum Conference will be held May 24-26 at Bismarck Event Center, 315 South 5th Street, Bismarck, ND. The North Dakota Petroleum Council, North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources, and the Government of Saskatchewan, look...

 

Legendary Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz Named As Keynote Speaker For 2016 Williston Basin Petroleum Conference

Bismarck, N.D. – Legendary Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz will address attendees of the 2016 Williston Basin Petroleum Conference on May 26, 2016 at the Bismarck Civic Center in Bismarck, ND. Deemed...

 

Watford City Receives Praise At 2016 Annual Chamber Meeting

Wednesday, February 24, 2016 was Watford City's Annual Chamber Meeting, where fellow business owners and politicians gathered together for good food, great drinks, and celebrated the highlights of...

 
 By Tie Shank    Energy    March 2, 2016

NDIC Monthly Directors Cut Update

On February 17, 2016 North Dakota lndustrial Commission Director, Lynn Helms, published the monthly Directors Cut advising the following: ND Sweet Crude Price November $32.16/barrel December...

 

PSC Approves More Than $2 Billion In Projects For 2015

The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) reported today that almost $2.1 billion worth of siting permits for energy-related projects were approved in 2015. That number is slightly down from over $2.7 billion in 2014, but still significantly...

 

North Dakota Public Service Commission Approved The Permit For The Dakota Access Pipeline

On Wednesday, the North Dakota Public Service Commission approved the permit for the biggest-capacity pipeline to date, the Dakota Access Pipeline. The longest leg of the 1,130 mile pipeline will run...

 

Public Hearing Scheduled in Watford City For Proposed Crude Oil Pipeline

BISMARCK, ND – The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold a public hearing in Watford City on Thursday, Feb. 11, regarding a proposal for a crude oil pipeline in McKenzie County. Tesoro High Plains Pipeline Company, LLC, has...

 

Williams New API President

Incoming MonDak API President Terry Williams, (left) presents Jim Fehlauer past president, a plaque for his years of service for the organization.  Jim was the API president from 2008 through...

 

Williston Economic Development's 2015 Top 10 List

This is the time of year when we often pause and reflect on the past twelve months. Williston Economic Development (WED) had a busy year that included moving into new office space at the City of Williston Center for Development, welcoming several...

 

Stony Creek Rail Yard Receives First 100-Unit Train

BNSF delivered the first 100 Railcar Unit Train of Sand to the Red River Stony Creek Rail Yard in Williston in December. The delivery marks a turning point for Red River's operations and allows them...

 

ConocoPhillips Holds Steady In The Bakken

ConocoPhillips announced its 2016 Operating Plan and Capital Budget of $7.7 Billion on Dec. 10, 2015, and they expect $2.3 billion from Asset dispositions. Key highlightrs from the plan include a...

 

Energy Generation Conference

On behalf of the Energy Generation Conference planning committee, you are invited to participate as an exhibitor and sponsor at the 37th annual Energy Generation Conference, January 26-28, 2016 at...

 

Wells Waiting On Completion Top 1,000

WILLISTON, N.D., - The number of drilled oil wells in North Dakota continue to climb as producers delay turning on over 1,000 unfracked wells in hopes of oil prices recovering. The daily output in...

 

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