Helms says Bakken exploration will impact generations to come
The unconventional Bakken play has put operators on a learning curve that even North Dakota’s top oil regulator defines as nothing short of amazing.
“Well density is the big question,” Department of Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms told those gathered for the Williston Basin Petroleum Conferenc....
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Waiting for the Tyler to make its mark
Only time will tell
New regulation that will make an impact
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