North Dakota oil production up 3 percent
WILLISTON — North Dakota produced 973,045 barrels of oil per day in November, a nearly 3 percent increase and another all-time high, according to preliminary figures released Tuesday by the Department of Mineral Resources.
Warm November weather contributed to that surge in production, but cold temperatures slowed hydraulic fracturing activity in December and early this month, Director Lynn Helms said.
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