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  • Inside the box - 08/31/2014 (Full story) As robust oil and gas development continues in North Dakota, regulators have had to think “outside-the-box” many times to properly handle production growth. That unconventional thinking is being redefined as they strive to make Bakken crude stable and safer to transport. The state's Department of Mi....

  • High cost of rerouting - 08/31/2014 (Full story) Enbridge is giving a lukewarm response to pressure from a Minnesota agency that it reroute the proposed Sandpiper pipeline out of the Bakken to avoid sensitive northern lakes, wetlands and streams. The state's Department of Natural Resources, in a regulatory filing Aug. 21, urged Minnesota's Public....

  • Expertise here at home - 08/31/2014 (Full story) North Dakota's best potential for pipeline leak detection may be technology that is being researched in its own backyard. To keep up with the growing volumes of natural gas, crude oil and saltwater in North Dakota, pipeline operators have installed more than 2,000 miles of new pipeline each year si....

  • Family honors the late Donald Slawson - 08/31/2014  The family of Slawson Exploration founder Donald C. Slawson, who died in early July at the age of 80, is donating $16 million to the University of Kansas, KU, that will go toward the construction of the university's planned Earth, Energy and Environment Center, EEEC, on the KU campus in Lawrence. S....

  • Continental Resources board declares common stock will split two-for-one - 08/31/2014  Continental Resources has announced that the company's board of directors has declared a two-for-one split of its common stock. The split will come in the form of a stock dividend with the additional shares distributed on Sept. 10 to shareholders of record as of Sept. 3. On Aug. 18, the day the spli....

  • Plains connecting to Valero at Memphis - 08/31/2014  Plains All American Pipeline announced plans on Aug. 21 to construct a 200,000 barrels per day crude oil pipeline from its Midcontinent terminal at Cushing, Oklahoma, 440 miles east to Valero Energy's refinery in Memphis in southwestern Tennessee. That refinery has a rated capacity of 195,000 bpd of....

  • North Dakota flaring suit appeals dismissed - 08/31/2014  The Williston Basin flaring cases that were either dismissed by federal Judge Daniel L. Hovland May 14, or previously on appeal have been dismissed. Plaintiffs originally sued 13 operators in North Dakota for flaring gas but not paying royalties and taxes on the gas flared. All but one case involvin....

  • Gas capture in the Bakken gets big boost - 08/31/2014  The largest natural gas gathering and processing operator in the Williston Basin is giving North Dakota's flaring fight a shot in the arm. On Aug. 26, Oneok Partners announced that its Garden Creek II plant, a 100 million cubic feet, mmcf, per day, natural gas processing facility in eastern McKenzi....

  • Oregon okays permit change for Global Partners transload facility - 08/31/2014  Global Partners has received approval from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, DEQ, for an emissions control permit that will allow it to increase the volume of crude oil it can transload from rail cars to barges at its crude oil and ethanol facility on the Columbia River at Clatskanie n....

  • DMR hiring three new inspectors to focus on ND gathering pipelines - 08/31/2014  July marked a milestone in North Dakota as the state's oil development region reached a 15,000 well count. It also marks the need for additional regulatory staff. At 15,000 wells, the state's Department of Mineral Resources, DMR, is authorized to hire three more employees based on legislative appro....


  • Statoil tops IP chart; permits up for the week - 08/31/2014  At 3,251 barrels, a Statoil well in the Poe field in north-central McKenzie County came in with the highest 24-hour initial production, IP, volume reported in North Dakota between Aug. 19 and 25 (see map this page and chart on page 9). Statoil also had the third place IP for the week from a well in....

  • IPs for ND Bakken wells - 08/31/2014  Subscribers: To view the "IPs for ND Bakken wells" chart please visit the above PDF link.....

  • North Dakota oil permit activity - 08/31/2014  Subscribers: To view the "North Dakota oil permit activity" chart please visit the above PDF link.....

  • ND weekly county permit totals - 08/31/2014  Subscribers: To view the "ND weekly county permit totals" chart please visit the above PDF link.....

  • Top 10 Bakken wells by IP rate - 08/31/2014  Subscribers: To view the "Top 10 Bakken wells by IP rate" chart please visit the above PDF link.....

  • Montana well permits and completions - 08/31/2014  Subscribers: To view the "Montana well permits and completions" chart please visit the above PDF link.....

  • DeeThree committed to EOR in Alberta Bakken - 08/31/2014  A pilot gas injection enhanced oil recovery scheme in the Alberta Bakken continues to show “promising results” for Calgary-based DeeThree Exploration, with three areas in southern Alberta just north of the Montana Border now targeted for wells, the company said in its second-quarter report. Overall,....

  • EPA moves into Bismarck to fight oil industry-related environmental crime - 08/31/2014  The Environmental Protection Agency's Criminal Investigation Division, CID, is gaining a closer view of the Williston Basin by opening an office in Bismarck. The law enforcement agency office opened at the end of July but is not permanently staffed yet. Four agents serving Denver, Colorado, and Hele....

  • Oil Patch Bits: NETZSCH receiving 2014 global product leadership award - 08/31/2014  NETZSCH proudly announced that for the second time since 2011, it will be presented with a highly appreciated, best practices award by Frost & Sullivan, the U.S.-based growth partnership company. In its motivation statement, Frost & Sullivan explained that the 2014 Global Product Leadership Award in....


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