(Petroleum News Bakken)
North Dakota legislators have advanced several pieces of oil and gas legislation to help mend fences between landowners and the industry.
(Sioux City Journal)
Those gold rush days filmmakers used to love to document are back. Now, they’re lurking in the fields of North Dakota and Montana where “black gold” is making many people rich.
An emergency order requiring trains hauling crude oil and other flammable liquids to slow down as they pass through urban areas and a series of other steps to improve the safety were announced Friday by the Department of Transportation.
North Dakota lawmakers have approved a measure aimed at treating and recycling oil drilling waste for road building and other uses.
(The Dickinson Press)
House lawmakers voted 91-1 Tuesday to enhance the regulation of gathering pipelines, but language that would have required leak-detection technology was stripped from the bill.
(CBS Money Watch)
North Dakota lawmakers on Tuesday approved a measure to create a pilot project aimed at treating and recycling some of an estimated 1 million tons of oil drilling waste annually for road building and other uses.