ND Petroleum Council Annual Meeting, Watford City, Sept. 22-24

The North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) has their annual meeting scheduled for Sept. 22 - 24 at the Rough Rider Center, Watford City. 

The NDPC Annual Meeting brings together more than 300 industry professionals to network with the Bakken’s foremost industry leaders and learn about the latest trends in oil and gas development. During the event, NDPC also hosts its Industry Awards Luncheon and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

In 2019, over 400 attendees were present at the meeting, there is expected to be a good turnout for this year’s meeting as well. 

The NDPC promotes the oil and gas industry in North Dakota, representing more than 625 member companies. According to http://www.ndoil.org, it is committed to ensuring that North Dakota maintains a friendly business climate that allows for industry opportunity and growth. NDPC members are given the opportunity to help shape policies and solutions that drive the industry forward.  

Since 1952, the association has had legislative and regulatory success in North Dakota, which has led to a favorable business climate for the oil and gas industry in the Williston Basin. It has also evolved from a division of American Petroleum Institute with support from the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Association to the North Dakota Oil and Gas Association, and now the present structure as a stand-alone association.

Its mission is to “promote and enhance the discovery, development, production, transportation, refining, conservation, and marketing of oil and gas in North Dakota, South Dakota, and the Rocky Mountain region; to promote opportunities for open discussion, lawful interchange of information, and education concerning the petroleum industry; to monitor and influence legislative and regulatory activities on the state and national level; and to accumulate and disseminate information concerning the petroleum industry to foster the best interests of the public and industry.” For more information on the event visit http://www.ndoil.org.


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