23
Sep
Tax revenue falling short; ND gets a ‘wake-up call’
ND tax revenues fell more than $40 million short of projections in July & Aug as the oil industry continued to idle drilling rigs amid low crude prices prompting state lawmakers Tues to warn of the budget effects & suggest an updated revenue forecast

23
Sep
Bakken Stock Watch
Bakken Stock Watch

22
Sep
OIL, GAS PRODUCTION HOLDS STEADY
In spite of little to no shift in North Dakota’s oil and natural gas production numbers during the month of July, the North Dakota Industrial Commission continues to encourage everyone to “Hang in there.”

17
Sep
Officials see momentum growing to repeal oil export ban
State and federal leaders from North Dakota expressed their exasperation this week in opposition from the Obama administration to a House bill that would lift a decades-old oil export ban.

17
Sep
Bakken Stock Watch
Bakken Stock Watch

14
Sep
Flaring up, oil production down in July
Natural gas flaring as a percentage spiked in July, and the state’s top oil and gas industry regulator said Monday that the volumes of gas have been creeping upward.

04
Sep
Surge of lawmakers looks at state tax dollars in oil patch
A small surge of lawmakers put boots in the oil patch this week to find out if folks leading the charge out there have enough money to get the job done.

03
Sep
Oil patch economy settling into ‘new normal’
Drilling is down and hotel vacancies are up, but participants at a conference Wednesday said there are still reasons to be optimistic about Williston’s economy.