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Veterans Day 2016 – a short look back

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There’s no school. The post office shuts down. Even the federal reserve takes a holiday on November 11th. Why? It’s a “holiday” to honor all service men and women: Veterans Day.   Many forget why the holiday exists. There are few WWI veterans who are still with us. The war that introduced trench warfare and was considered one of the ...

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Top 5 stories of the week July 23 – 30

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It’s warm. It’s humid. The northern plains and the Midwest have had their fair share of storms the past couple of weeks. But it hasn’t stopped the energy news from rolling in. While it’s been fairly quite on the home front, politicians and policy makers have made headlines. With Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton wrestling to see who comes out ...

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Top Stories of the Week July 3-9

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Over the past year, Energy Media Group has put together a top 5 stories specific our separate shale plays websites, which include Bakken.com, EagleFordTexas.com, Marcellus.com, PermianShale.com, Haynesville.com, and NiobraraChalk.com. Going forward, our Top Stories of the Week will be an all-inclusive posting of the stories that our readers across all areas found most engaging, including international headlines to those affecting ...

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Top 5 Bakken Stories of the Week, June 11-17

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Doug Burgum’s bid for North Dakota governor came one step closer to reality with his Tuesday win in the primary. The republican candidate stressed policies that stress economic growth and capitalizing on North Dakota’s two most important industries: energy and agriculture. Burgum-Sanford ticket emphasizes energy, economic growth 2 & 3. Two spills in North Dakota this week got lots of ...

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Eagle Ford, Bakken production continues to drop

Eagle Ford, Bakken production continues to drop

Two of the nation’s most-prolific shale plays continue to see production numbers drop slightly. The Eagle Ford Shale and Bakken formation produced less oil in January than in December, according to analytics and consulting group Platts Bentek. In fact, oil production from both Eagle Ford and Bakken formations reached their lowest levels since Platts Bentek started tracking them in October ...

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Williston: From Boomtown to Hometown

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What does a city look like when its population more than doubles in the span of five years? It’s probably difficult to visualize a growth of that scale and momentum, but it’s a transformation city officials and residents of Williston, North Dakota have grappled with since the area’s oil “boom” six years ago. According to Census data, Williston rose from ...

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Bakken, Eagle Ford output continues rise despite prices

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Oil prices have continued on a downward slide, but production in the Bakken and Eagle Ford Shale formations increased slightly between June and July, reports the Houston Chronicle. According to Bentek Energy, an energy market analytics company, oil production in North Dakota’s Bakken continued to pump over 1.2 million barrels per day in July, up by about 500 daily barrels ...

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Oil prices likely to stay low following market correction, Billings experts say

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Local industry and investment experts said Monday they expect continued struggles for the oil and gas industry following sub-$40-a-barrel prices and big drops in Wall Street stocks across the board. Prices of sweet crude fell to their lowest in 6 1/2 years, dropping to around $38 a barrel on some exchanges. The industry has struggled with a worldwide supply glut ...

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Uncertain outlook as North Dakota tops 10,000 shale oil wells

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North Dakota surpassed a milestone in June — its 10,000th shale oil well — amid a still-gloomy outlook for its petroleum industry. The industry, facing continued low crude oil prices, is finishing off previously drilled wells to get oil and some revenue flowing and to meet regulated completion timetables, state officials said Friday. But the number of rigs drilling new ...

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