Bakken oil drillers retreat to the core: Kemp


(Reuters)

North Dakota’s oil producers have pulled back to the core areas of the Bakken formation to cut costs and maximize output amid the slump in prices.
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Bakken oil drillers retreat to the core: Kemp


(Reuters)

North Dakota’s oil producers have pulled back to the core areas of the Bakken formation to cut costs and maximize output amid the slump in prices.
Read More


IE Questions: Where Do All The Drilling Rigs Go?


(Inside Energy)

Drilling rigs are an icon of any oil-producing state. In North Dakota, they dot the empty prairie, flooding the otherwise pitch black sky with light. They're loud and big and when oil prices were higher, you couldn't drive five or ten miles in the Bakken oilfield without seeing one.
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Dual-fueled trucks draw positive response in the Bakken


(The Bakken Magazine)

Iowa-based Harrison Truck Centers spent the past week showing off its dual-fueled Freightliner Glider trucks in the Bakken, trucks that provide greater reliability while offering the potential to reduce gas flaring.
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“Boom town” costs decreasing with drilling slowdown


(Bakken.com)

As drilling rigs are stacked and companies cut budgets, “boom town costs” such as company housing and travel expenses are also beginning to decrease, according to Halliburton President Jeff Miller.
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ND surge bill passed, oil patch receives $1.1 billion


(The Bakken Magazine)

When the 2015 North Dakota construction season starts, communities and counties in need of infrastructure additions to meet the demand created by oil and gas production will have early access to something the oil-impacted areas have never had before: $1.1 billion in state funding.
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