Fracking jobs show signs of life in Bakken
WILLISTON – Some oilfield companies that laid off workers in the Bakken are now hiring again, particularly for jobs related to hydraulic fracturing.
North Dakota oil production has largest drop ever in April
State oil production had its largest drop ever in April, falling more than 6 percent to 1.04 million barrels per day, the Department of Mineral Resources said Wednesday.
Lynn Helm's Forecast at the Williston API Meeting
Lynn Helm's Forecast at the Williston API Meeting on 5/3/2016
Bakken crude sold as export first time since ban lifted
Hess Corp. confirmed last week that it has sold Bakken crude to a buyer in Europe, the first shipment of North Dakota’s light crude since U.S. Congress lifted the decades-old oil export ban last December.
Oil regulators visit spill site amid hearing on tougher regulations
WILLISTON – Oil and gas regulators visiting Williston on Wednesday did more than listen to public comments about proposed pipeline rules.
Keystone pipeline shut down after oil surfaces in South Dakota
FREEMAN, S.D. — TransCanada is investigating “visible signs of oil” on a small surface area along its Keystone pipeline right-of-way about four miles from Freeman in southeast South Dakota.
Pipeline reclamation program will be pushed in 2017
The state’s top agriculture official said a pilot program for pipeline reclamation overseen by his office has been successful and he’ll be pushing for it to be continued next biennium.
Dakota Access Pipeline gets final state approval
Approval from the Iowa Utilities Board and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources has cleared the way for the Dakota Access Pipeline.