Oil pipeline developer ends private security in North Dakota
The developer of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline said Wednesday that it no longer has private security personnel in North Dakota, including a firm that state regulators say operated illegally without a license.
818 Reunion 2017
Lori Long and her son Morgan Axelson (Sargent in the 818th Engineer Unit here in Williston) came to our monthly API meeting last night with a request for some help.
Funding for Oil-Impacted Communities Tied Up in Conference Committee
The North Dakota Senate voted on Tuesday to not concur with a House amendment to the ND Department of Trust Lands budget bill that reduce the amount of oil tax revenue returned to oil-impacted areas of western North Dakota.
ND Lawmakers Side with Trump on Keystone
North Dakota lawmakers are on board with President Trump's support of the Keystone Pipeline.
Oil and gas economic contributions sink
The economic impact of North Dakota’s oil and gas industry was down by about $9 billion in 2015, according to a study funded by the industry.
Energy study aims to grapple with industry landscape
After a brief threat of a moratorium on new wind energy projects in North Dakota, state officials have agreed to call for a study of the state’s energy landscape.
2017 Chili Cook-Off
This year we had our 36th Annual Chili Cook-off on Saturday February 4, 2016 at the Grand Hotel Williston in Williston ND.
Trump signs orders for Keystone, Dakota Access pipelines, Standing Rock plans legal action
President Donald Trump signed two orders on Tuesday, Jan. 24, to move forward with construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, rolling back key Obama administration environmental policies in favor of expanding energy infrastructure.