15
Apr
Interior Announces Resumption of Leasing: Sales Will Require "Climate Change" Analysis
After defying court orders for months, the Biden administration announced today that it intends to resume oil and gas lease sales on public lands.

12
Apr
Pipeline Authority director: Proposed crude oil pipeline shows continued confidence in the Bakken
The director of the North Dakota Pipeline Authority said the announcement of a crude oil pipeline to be built from McKenzie County to Baker, Montana shows continued confidence in the Bakken.

01
Apr
March Employment Report: OFS Jobs Rise in March
Employment in the U.S. oilfield services, and equipment sector rose by an estimated 2,698 jobs to 608,702 in March, according to preliminary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and analysis by the Energy Workforce & Technology Council (Council). Gains were made in six of seven categories, including machinery manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, and petroleum and coal products manufacturing.

29
Mar
ND DMR - Bakken & Three Forks Drilling Inventory Update
Decades of Remaining Drilling Inventory in North Dakota's Bakken & Three Forks:

25
Mar
Frost Laws Extended Across Most of ND
The ND Department of Transportation has announced that seasonal weight restrictions will be extended to all North Dakota highways south of and including Highway 2 beginning Monday, March 28.

18
Mar
Frost Laws Extended Across Southern ND
The ND Department of Transportation has announced that seasonal weight restrictions will be extended on North Dakota highways in the southwest, southeast, and central regions of the state beginning Monday, March 21.

11
Mar
Frost Laws Take Effect in Southwest ND
The ND Department of Transportation has announced that season weight restrictions will be in place on North Dakota highways in the southwest region beginning Monday, March 14.

22
Feb
Dakota Access pipeline suffers U.S. Supreme Court setback
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a bid led by Dakota Access oil pipeline operator Energy Transfer LP (ET.N) to avoid additional environmental review of a section that runs under an artificial lake and is opposed by nearby Native American tribes, leaving the pipeline vulnerable to being shut down.