On Nov. 9, 2012, the North Dakota Industrial Commission approved a permit from SBG to drill a salt water disposal well approximately 1/4 of a mile from our farmstead along Highway 85. There are no other occupied farmsteads along Highway 85 for 15 miles to the south of us and four miles to the north.
BISMARCK — David Schwalbe believes he “did not get his day” to be heard and “had no place to go” in 2011 after he says a decision by the state Industrial Commission left him with inadequate royalty payments from two oil wells on property he owns in Dunn County.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Industrial Commission late Thursday unanimously approved a plan to drill for oil in an area of the Killdeer Mountains that received widespread opposition, but added several stipulations to address some of the concerns.
BISMARCK — A $1 million state grant has been pledged to a New York company seeking to convert wasted natural gas into much-needed farm fertilizer by using portable plants that can be moved from well to well throughout North Dakota’s Oil Patch.
Democrat candidate for governor Ryan Taylor said in Dickinson Friday that unlike his opponent, Gov. Jack Dalrymple, he would not accept any campaign contributions linked to companies with cases pending before the North Dakota Industrial Commission.
BISMARCK (AP) — A New York company is asking North Dakota regulators for $1 million to help build a mobile plant that would convert natural gas that’s normally burned off as a byproduct of oil production into farm fertilizer.
A Denver oil company will have until November to bring three wells near Belfield back into production after mineral rights owners said the company was letting the oil and money sit in the ground, North Dakota Industrial Commission members decided Monday in Bismarck.
Mineral rights owners for land about two miles northeast of Belfield are upset at an oil company sitting on potentially drillable oil. They demanded at a meeting held Wednesday at the North Dakota Geological Survey in Bismarck that the state Industrial Commission take action.
The delay of the Keystone XL pipeline’s approval and completion is forcing distributors to take larger discounts than usual, according to a report from the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources in Bismarck.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota regulators on Tuesday approved a huge new oil production unit north of Killdeer that includes a state park and thousands of acres of rugged, scenic land in the state’s western Badlands.
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