10 most wanted energy professions


(Bakken.com)

The demand for skilled workers is growing quickly alongside the ongoing shale boom. The energy sector is in direct competition with other industries though, creating a competitive market for a variety of positions, according to a recent article by Rigzone.com.
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The world saves $5 billion a day from U.S. shale


(Bakken.com)

World oil prices would be hovering around $150 a barrel right now if it weren’t for the U.S. shale boom, Quartz reports.
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Basin Electric gets approval for delayed transmission line


(Bismarck Tribune)

Basin Electric Power Cooperative has received federal approval to construct a 200-mile power transmission line in western North Dakota.
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Texas company looking at Bakken pipeline market


(The Jamestown Sun)

A Texas-based company is looking to enter the Bakken crude oil shipping business. Enterprise Products Partners of Houston is seeking customer commitments for its proposed crude oil pipeline from the Williston Basin in North Dakota to the Cushing hub in Oklahoma.
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House joint subcommittee hears perspectives on Bakken crude oil


(Petroleum News Bakken)

North Dakota Petroleum Council, NDPC, Vice President Kari Cutting was among those offering testimony before a Sept. 9 joint House subcommittee hearing in Washington, D.C., examining the characteristics and behavior of Bakken crude oil. The hearing came in the wake of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, PHMSA, report on the properties of Bakken crude oil which was released in July.
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Between the lines


(Petroleum News Bakken)

Before the advancement of horizontal drilling, determining who owned land along the Missouri River in North Dakota wasn’t a big concern. But once operators found the key to unlocking the plentiful crude beneath that waterway, it opened the door to great debate.
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