Thursday Mar 6
APNewsBreak: Nearly 150 illegal oil waste dumps
People have been caught nearly 150 times in the past year attempting to illegally dump loads of oil field waste - much of it radioactive - at two of the biggest landfills in western North Dakota, records obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press show.
Industry Task Force Makes Proposals To Increase Natural Gas Capture In North Dakota
In late-January, the North Dakota Petroleum Council's task force on natural gas flaring released its much-anticipated recommendations to the North Dakota Industrial Commission , the administrative body that regulates oil and gas wells in the state.
Radioactive North Dakota oil waste found; officials calling for action
Officials here are calling on the state to take action after a stockpile of oilfield waste was discovered in rural McKenzie County dripping crude oil and other contaminants onto the ground.
Official: Found filter socks not a health hazard
State health officials say radiation from material stored in leaking trailers in northwest North Dakota doesn't appear to pose a health hazard.
Oasis Petroleum Offers A Familiar Story In The Bakken
With concerns about oil prices, wider differentials, and rising costs pushing down many oil and gas developers in high-growth areas like the Bakken and Niobrara, Oasis Petroleum isn't exactly a unique situation.
Less than 3 years after graduation, North Dakota lawyer is on second...
A North Dakota lawyer who returned to her hometown of Williston to practice law has gotten a lot of experience in her 21 2 years of practice.
The Bakken Update's 2014 Stock Picks: Small Operator's Well Design Outperforms In North Dakota
Investing in small cap oil and gas isn't for everyone. Understanding the oil business is difficult enough, but unconventional production is a different business.
UPDATE 1-Whiting oil well in North Dakota loses control, leaks
A Whiting Petroleum Corp oil well in North Dakota was leaking drilling fluids after a blowout late on Thursday, the company said on Friday.
Out-of-control oil well prompts worker evacuation
Fifteen workers were evacuated as a precaution from the site of an out-of-control oil well in northwestern North Dakota.
Commissioners seek bids for dust control, say state funding should be greater
By John D. Taylor Summer road dust might seem a long way off, but Divide County's commissioners are looking for bids for magnesium chloride or calcium chloride, to help them control dust on county roads this summer.