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I have expressed my concerns about the North Dakota oil patch before. My fearhas been, and continues to be, that the North Dakota we know and love is for sale. There is no going back now though - the ... Posted on 9/19/12 at 10:02 PM
DENVER (AP) — Infrastructure challenges in western North Dakota could limit the number of oil and gas drilling rigs in the Bakken system’s rich Williston Basin, industry executives said at a conference Thursday.
Area leaders met with North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven at Dickinson Public Library on Monday and expressed the area’s need for infrastructure.
Hoeven said one possible way of easing the area’s infrastructure strain could be through private investment.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s natural gas production, which has been rising in step with its booming oil output, may require more pipeline capacity to carry the fuel to markets, a state official said.
Much of the clamor you’re likely to hear coming out of Bismarck the next few months will be reverberation — echoes of the continuing oil boom in western North Dakota as the 2011 Legislature tries to deal with ramifications.
Chuck Haga and Patrick Springer
, December 26, 2010
With energy development continuing to impact area infrastructure, Dickinson could have a shot at a slice of $35 million in impact funds, said Gov. Jack Dalrymple during a visit to The Dickinson Press on Tuesday afternoon.
BISMARCK (AP) — County and township roads that bear much of the heavy truck traffic from western North Dakota’s oil industry will need more than $900 million for construction, repairs and upkeep during the next 20 years, a new study estimates.
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