Monthly Meeting Recap - March 2024
The Williston API would like to thank our social sponsor, Mountain Coil, and presenters Anna Nelson, Williston Area Chamber of Commerce President, and Lindsey Harriman, Williams County Community Engagement Coordinator, for their presentation, “Recruitment & Retention Resources in our Area.”

API Files for Rehearing on LNG Freeze
The American Petroleum Institute has filed an application for rehearing on the Department of Energy’s indefinite pause on new and pending liquefied natural gas (LNG) permit approvals for non-Free Trade Agreement countries.

Monthly Meeting Recap - February 2024
Thank you, Creedence Energy Services, for a great presentation from Eric Nelson on Chemistry in Enhanced Oil Recovery.

Safety Alert from Ron Ness, President, North Dakota Petroleum Council
Ron Ness, President of the North Dakota Petroleum Council, shares his daughter's experience in the hope of saving other lives.

Monthly Meeting Recap - January 2024
Thank you, City of Williston, for sponsoring last night's meeting and Kathy Neset, Neset Consulting, for presenting "The State of the Industry" on behalf of Ron Ness from the NDPC. The evening offered engaging conversations and insight into how sustainable the Bakken industry has become and how far it has yet to grow.

Williston Basin API Chapter Honors and Awards Monte Besler “FRACN8R” of Fracn8r Consulting with Lifetime Achievement Award
The Williston Basin API Chapter held a special event on November 8, 2023, to honor and award Monte Besler “FRACN8R” of Fracn8r Consulting with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Williston Basin Petroleum Conference – Registration Now Open
The Williston Basin Petroleum Conference is the largest conference and trade show in the nation focused on the Bakken, Three Forks, and Williston Basin.

4-Lane Project Buttoning Up for Winter: Work on Schedule for Fall 2024 Completion
A heavy, late-October snowfall short-circuited work on the widening of Highway 85 to four lanes between Watford City and the LongX Bridge, but officials with the ND Department of Transportation say progress on the $77.2 million project is about where they expected it would be when winter shuts it down.