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Press Photo by April Baumgarten Boyd Hofland, RockPile Energy Services operating manager, left, gives Dickinson Mayor Dennis Johnson a rundown of how the company's hydraulic fracturing equipment works Wednesday during RockPile's barbecue picnic at the Badlands Activities Center. The company plans to open its first facility in Dickinson in July.

RockPile keeps it local: Fracking company comes to Dickinson

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A Denver-based company will open its first hydraulic fracturing facility in July, and its goal is to hire 100 residents from southwestern North Dakota by the end of the year.


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