26
Mar
API Participates in DOI Leasing Forum
The American Petroleum Institute participated in a forum conducted yesterday by the U.S. Department of the Interior to discuss the Biden administration's Executive Order in January that "paused" Oil and natural gas leasing on federal land.

25
Mar
News Release: Biden Administration Excludes Voices of Those Most Impacted by Federal Land and Water Decisions
Several statewide oil and natural gas associations released a joint statement regarding the Biden Administration's failure to include any state-level voices in the Department of Interior's Virtual Forum on the Federal Oil and Gas Program.

19
Mar
Study Shows Statewide Oil Benefits
Since the rapid emergence of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing in the Bakken in 2008, North Dakota oil producers have contributed more than $22 billion in tax revenue to the state's coffers. The benefits of that enormous tax contribution are enjoyed by the citizenry in every corner of the state.

19
Mar
AGs Sue Biden over Keystone XL
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Montana Attorney General Austin Knudson filing a multistate complaint this week against the Biden administration for revoking the 2019 Presidential Permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.

15
Mar
WBPC Announces 2021 Agenda
Today, the North Dakota Petroleum Council released the agenda for the 2021 Williston Basin Petroleum Conference (WBPC) to be held May 11-13, 2021 at the Bismarck Event Center in Bismarck, ND.

12
Mar
Spring Load Restrictions Placed
Information about road restrictions in counties that participate in WDEA's LoadPass Permits system is now available in an interactive and searchable map.

12
Mar
NDDOT Working on Traffic Management
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is seeking approval of an intelligent traffic management system that would warn motorists of hazards on the road ahead, potentially preventing crashes and saving lives.

12
Mar
Tax Credit Would Reduce Flaring
A bill that would create a tax credit for companies using onsite natural gas flare mitigation technology easily passed the Senate in early February and is now under consideration in the House.