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Vol. 17, No. 49 Week of December 02, 2012
Providing coverage of Bakken oil and gas

North Dakota’s cut of oil royalties from state land increasing

North Dakota has reaped more than $1.1 billion since 2007 thanks to oil drilling activity — an especially impressive tally considering about 90 percent of the state is privately owned. In the western North Dakota oil fields, state-owned land is leased for drilling, with government coffers seeing a s....

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One-third in western counties not leased

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