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Pipeline oversight step-up
STANLEY More than 2,000 pipelines used to gather or transfer oil and saltwater have been unregulated in North Dakota, and although the state has proposed a fix, landowners don't believe it goes far...
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Department of Mineral Resources
Governor Dalrymple and PHMSA discuss new Panel
When it comes to oil pipelines, jurisdiction between the federal government and state officials is split. The Public Service Commission has the ability to grant routes for both gas and oil pipelines,...
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Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
N. Dakota oil production climbs upward
BISMARCK North Dakota's oil production continues to climb and set new all-time highs. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources reported Friday that in September the state produced a...
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Texas Railroad Commission
Oil Production Continues to Increase
September was another month of records in the Bakken with almost 932,000 barrels of oil being produced a day. But a new report issued by the World Energy Outlook says it might be difficult for the...
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North Dakota's Salty Fracked Wells Drink More Wat...
It's well known that water has been key to the shale oil and gas rush in the United States. But in one center of the hydraulic fracturing boom—North Dakota—authorities are finding that the initial...
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