What factors contribute to the price of gas?


Although plummeting oil prices can be cited as the main reason for low gasoline prices, the friendly price at the pump can’t be attributed only to low crude prices. And surprisingly, Brent crude prices affect gasoline prices more than West Texas Intermediate (WTI) prices, typically named as the benchmark for oil prices. However, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), other factors also influence regional wholesale and retail gasoline prices.
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Radioactive waste rules debated

(Prairie Public Radio)

North Dakota could soon allow some radioactive oilfield waste to be buried in landfills within the state. Emily Guerin reports from one of three public hearings on the proposed rule changes.
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People Sound Off About Radioactive Waste Limits in North Dakota


The public had a chance to speak up tonight about the level of radioactive material the state should accept in landfills.
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Public bring long list of suggestions for TENORM rules

(The Dickinson Press)

Industry experts and environmentalists suggested changes Tuesday at a hearing on the North Dakota Department of Health’s proposed rules for increasing the amount of radioactive waste in the state.
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Dickinson oil refinery costing more than expected due to delays


The cost of a new oil refinery near Dickinson is rising due to delays in getting the facility up to full production.
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North Dakota airline boardings surpass 1.2M, set record


More than 1.2 million passengers came through North Dakota’s eight commercial service airports last year, setting a record for a seventh consecutive year.
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