Man camps not dead yet

(Renee Jean, Williston Herald)

WILLISTON - Tuesday night's much anticipated discussion and final vote to end crew camps began and ended with a twist. After a topsy-turvy discussion, city commissioners approved 3 to 2 an ordinance...
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N.D. Looking To Clean Up Waste Land In Oilfields

(CBS Minnesota)

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A half-century after it held saltwater and other oil-drilling waste, an abandoned pit near the Little Missouri River in western North Dakota was dug out and filled with fresh soil this...
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Oil Production Drops Off In September

(KX News)

Oil production in the state was reduced by 25,000 of oil a day in the month of September. Even with that, total production in the state continues to be more than a million barrels of oil each day...
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Pumps Less Oil for First Time in Decade


The shale boom in North Dakota has softened to a whisper. The state's Bakken oil region produced less oil in September than it did the previous year, the first time that's happened in more than a decade...
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Williston oil industry supports efforts to repeal oil export ban

(Amy Dalrymple, Forum News Service)

WILLISTON, N.D. --- Oil industry leaders in Williston applauded efforts to repeal a ban on crude oil exports Thursday which they say could reverse the recent slowdown in oil activity. U.S. Sen. John Hoeven...
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Rail industry weakened by low oil prices

(Daniel J. Graeber, UPI)

LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Leasing rates for rail cars slated to carry crude oil throughout the North American market have plummeted along with the crude oil prices, analysis finds.
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