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WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate passed a bill on Thursday to approve the long-pending Keystone XL oil pipeline, despite the White House saying earlier in the day that President Barack Obama would veto the measure.
Restoring the dairy industry in North Dakota is not only Amber Boeshans’ job, it’s also her personal goal. Boeshans is the livestock development specialist at the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the director of the state’s Dairy Coalition. But she’s been around cattle her whole life.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — One of the region’s most entrepreneurial auction marketers for agriculture says the cycles in the industry will be a major factor in his business in 2015 and beyond.RELATED CONTENT
Hershey Co agreed to buy jerky maker Krave Pure Foods Inc for its first foray into meat snacks, a fast-growing market that is tempting health-conscious consumers away from chocolate.
BISMARCK – A revised state revenue forecast presented Thursday to North Dakota lawmakers predicts the effects of sagging oil prices will cause oil and gas tax revenue to drop more than $4 billion over the next two years compared with the December forecast used in the governor’s budget.
With record-high enrollment for a second consecutive semester, Mitchell Technical Institute is capping the number of students it allows in certain programs.RELATED CONTENT
The Mitchell City Council asked Monday to have more details about costs before approving changes to the sign to be installed on the front of the Corn Palace during the ongoing renovation.RELATED CONTENT
MOHALL, N.D. – A tank that leaked released about 260 barrels of oil, or 10,920 gallons, in Bottineau County about three miles north of Mohall, the North Dakota Oil and Gas Division said Wednesday.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. Executive Committee unanimously voted Wednesday to request a loan of $500,000 from Stutsman County.
BISMARCK -- North Dakota legislators on Thursday will issue a revised revenue forecast reflecting lower oil prices than those assumed by the governor’s budget recommendations for 2015-17.
After Amber Paulson has breakfast with her daughters each morning, she brings 4-year-old Phaedra to one day care and 2-year-old Briar Rae to another.RELATED CONTENT
Arctic Cat, the maker of snowmobiles and ATVs with a plant in Thief River Falls, reported Wednesday that its net sales dropped 14 percent in the third quarter of fiscal year 2014.
ST. PAUL -- Rural Minnesota is short of medical professionals, and many health advocates are lining up behind a proposal to partially forgive student loans of graduates who practice in rural areas.
A North Dakota legislative committee gave a thumbs-up Wednesday to a bill that would allow bars and restaurants to serve alcohol an hour earlier -- 11 a.m. -- on Sundays.
GRAND FORKS – The plan the University of North Dakota could use to pick a new nickname will be in the hands of the university’s president by the end of the day Friday, after the school’s nickname task force signed off on it.
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Industrial Commission called Wednesday for better monitoring of pipelines and higher standards for those that cross major bodies of water as crews continue cleaning up two major pipeline spills that affected the state’s waterways.
WEST FARGO - Time is running out for fans hoping to buy memorabilia made from North Dakota State University’s Bison Sports Arena bleachers.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - An empty storefront in the CityScapes Plaza building in downtown Fargo will soon be empty no more.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve on Wednesday said the U.S. economy was expanding "at a solid pace" as it largely looked through weakness overseas in a signal that it remains on track to raise interest rates later this year.RELATED CONTENT
PIERRE, S.D. - Potential applicants are reminded that the deadline for entries to the 2015 Governor's Giant Vision Business Competition is Friday, Feb. 13 and Student Competition entries are due Friday, Feb. 20.
BURNSVILLE, Minn. – Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota has compiled lists of the Top Ten industries for consumer complaints and inquiries, according to their final statistics for 2014.
WATERTOWN, S.D. — A Willmar, Minn., manufacturing and engineering company is expanding operations to Watertown.
WILLISTON – Tanks that overflowed released nearly 40,000 gallons of oil and brine northwest of here, the North Dakota Department of Health said Wednesday.
HOUSTON — Collapsing crude prices are confronting scores of smaller U.S. oil producers with the grim choice of either shutting older high-cost wells or burning through cash in the hope of riding out the downturn.
Polaris Industries, a manufacturer of recreational vehicles with a plant in Roseau, Minn., reported a record quarter of sales.
WILLISTON, N.D. – Hess Corp., one of North Dakota’s largest oil and gas producers, will cut spending and operate fewer rigs in the Bakken this year, but plans to drill almost as many wells as last year.
ST. PAUL - Regardless of environmental feasibility, the Sandpiper pipeline project might not happen if the originally proposed route is not followed.
BISMARCK - The North Dakota Department of Health has extended the deadline for comment submissions on the proposed rule changes related to technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive material, or TENORM, to March 2.
BILLINGS, Mont. - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has collected more than $4.2 million from the sale of oil and gas leases in North Dakota.
GRAND FORKS – North Dakota lost 800 jobs in December, according to preliminary numbers released Tuesday by the
Fargo - The value of new construction in the Fargo-Moorhead area didn’t just set a new benchmark in 2014, it more than doubled the old record set in 2013, according to building permit numbers released Tuesday by the Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead.RELATED CONTENT
Linda Hanson and her family are part of the Upper Midwest dairy industry and could play a larger role in what the industry hopes will be a bigger, better future.
ST. PAUL - Gov. Mark Dayton wants Minnesota to collect and spend more than $40 billion from state taxpayers in the next two years, without a general tax increase.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – The School District here may need to build new elementary schools and a third high school in the next five years to accommodate enrollment growth, despite opening a new elementary school each year for the past four years and a second high school this year.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo — This week, Fargo will celebrate its one-year anniversary of hosting 1 Million Cups, a weekly program to help educate, engage and connect local entrepreneurs.
BROOTEN, Minn. - In November, Randy Olson stopped in at the Bonanza Valley Voice in Brooten to see if he could do some freelance reporting for the weekly newspaper.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON, N.D. – State oversight of more than 20,000 miles of underground pipelines has been “very, very minimal” as it struggles to hire qualified inspectors, a spokeswoman for the North Dakota Industrial Commission says.
WASHINGTON – Democrats in the U.S. Senate blocked the Keystone XL pipeline bill from moving forward on Monday, but supporters of the project vowed to push ahead and eventually get a vote on the measure.
Walhalla, N.D. - Nathan Smith left his native North Dakota for the Twin Cities about 14 years ago. There wasn’t much for software development jobs here at the time, he said.RELATED CONTENT
WILLMAR, Minn. — Once a week Shawn Franklin takes her turn as one of the after-hours phone triage nurses for Affiliated Community Medical Centers.RELATED CONTENT
Soon, the frames of new homes will start to rise from empty lots south of West Norway Avenue in Mitchell, S.D.RELATED CONTENT
Residents of a Montana town whose water supply was tainted by an oil pipeline rupture last week got the all-clear on Friday to turn taps back on, though some reported brown or black material spurting from faucets even after their pipes were flushed.
A potato growing cooperative based in Grand Forks has sued BNSF Railway over damaged potatoes.
FARGO -- Before the fundraising arm of North Dakota State University takes steps toward hiring a new president and CEO, its leaders hope to answer the basic questions the search prompts.
A line of cars snaked through the parking lot of the East Grand Forks Senior Center and out into an alley Friday morning with drivers setting their eyes on the prize — boxes of frozen chicken.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - The Fargodome had a “phenomenal” run of concerts in 2014, the general manager said.RELATED CONTENT
Physical evidence of North Dakota's oil boom is hard to come by in Grand Forks.
Two accounting firms with offices in Grand Forks are preparing to merge.
Fargo - Pride beams from Jay Sorum’s face when he talks about Jay’s Candy Creations.RELATED CONTENT
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. – Promoters of a proposed 20,000-barrel-per-day oil refinery near Devils Lake are encouraged by an in-depth report, released Friday, that explores the $200 million project.
WAHPETON, N.D. – Job placement statistics heralded by the North Dakota State College of Science are impressive.
WEST FARGO – An education partnership has been launched to help high school students in West Fargo, Fargo and Northern Cass school districts prepare for college and 21st century technical careers.
CHICAGO - Deere & Co, the world's largest maker of farm equipment, will lay off more than 900 employees at plants in Iowa and Illinois in the latest round of job cuts spurred by a decline in grain prices that is hurting demand for agricultural machinery.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL — Improving the Minnesota economy will be difficult, a representative sponsoring the Republican House’s top priority says.
BEMIDJI, Minn. - For a few moments Thursday, Mike Beard’s closet became the epicenter of a local technological revolution.RELATED CONTENT
GLENDIVE, Mont. — Constantly changing ice conditions on the Yellowstone River are complicating attempts to retrieve the 40,000 gallons of oil that leaked into the river near Glendive last Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
IROQUOIS, S.D. — In a town of about 250, roughly 100 people gathered inside Iroquois gym to hear why a Texas-based company which should build the 1,134 mile Dakota Access pipeline through farmland.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Liquor Control Board on Wednesday approved the transfer of a downtown bar’s liquor license to an R.D. Offutt Co. executive, the latest step signaling that the company may be moving its headquarters to Broadway.RELATED CONTENT
DENVER – The U.S. Small Business Administration is inviting experienced early stage investment fund managers to apply for licensing as part of SBA’s Early Stage Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) program.
HOUSTON — Leading pipeline company Kinder Morgan Inc will buy Hiland Partners, a pipeline and logistics company founded by Continental Resources Chief Executive Officer Harold Hamm, for $3 billion, the company said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON -- The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week from a seven-month high, pointing to continued improvement in labor market conditions.
Grand Forks-based JLG Architects is expanding into South Dakota.
FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Public Service Commission last week issued a cease and desist order against Grand Forks (N.D) Bean Co. on the grounds that it’s insolvent.
Marshall, Minn. -- Chuck Muller and his family have lived on about eight acres of land for more than 20 years. During that time, they've seen big changes, mainly the construction of energy installations near his home.RELATED CONTENT
GLENDIVE, Mont. -- When Ginger Mosley first detected the smell of oil in the water at her home on Dodge Street in Glendive, it didn’t take long for her 15-year-old son Tyler to fill up a glass, slosh it around and take a swig.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - A person’s quality of life is directly tied to his or her ability to move, according to Jessica Grondahl, co-owner of Body Symmetry Yoga & Massage Therapy.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Members of a Fargodome committee peered into the future Wednesday when they reviewed expansion concepts ranging from the basic to the extravagant, with price tags reflecting the various options and amenities.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON, N.D. – A spill earlier this month from a saltwater line not even a year old north of Williston has turned out to be the biggest spill of North Dakota’s current oil boom and may be one of the biggest ever.
Prairie Business magazine editor Kris Bevill offers highlights of the February issue.RELATED CONTENT
HOUSTON — Kinder Morgan Inc. announced Jan. 21 a definitive agreement whereby KMI will acquire Hiland Partners from its founder, Harold Hamm, and certain Hamm family trusts, for a total purchase price of approximately $3 billion, including the assumption of debt.
VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business launched its new Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) program this week with two serial entrepreneurs engaging with students and faculty to bring promising business ideas and innovations to market with commercial success.RELATED CONTENT
Grand Forks City Council approved plans Tuesday for construction this summer on South Columbia Road from 36th Avenue to 40th Avenue -- including fixing an intersection ranked in the state's top 50 most dangerous.RELATED CONTENT
SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp will give away its upcoming Windows 10 operating system as a free upgrade to users of the most recent versions of Windows and Windows Phone, as the world's largest software company tries to hold onto customers in the new mobile era that has largely bypassed it.
ST. PAUL — A pair of Greater Minnesota organizations seeks more than half of an expected $1 billion state budget surplus for their priorities.
ST. PAUL — MNsure hit the 100,000 mark of enrollees Tuesday as Minnesota continues to set state records for the percentage of people with health insurance coverage.
With fewer teachers for students in South Dakota's rural communities, lawmakers and educators are developing a plan to encourage other staff members at those schools to get teaching degrees.
ST. PAUL - In the midst of a Minnesota winter, it’s nice to know you’re No. 1.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON — 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.RELATED CONTENT
GLENDIVE, Mont. -- The pipeline break that released an estimated 42,000 gallons of crude oil into the Yellowstone River is beneath the river bed, a federal official said Tuesday.
When setting up a Twitter account, the website gives simple instructions for picking a password: “6 characters or more! Be tricky.”
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama greeted the new Republican-led Congress with defiance on Tuesday, calling for his opponents to end their resistance to raising taxes on the wealthy and threatening to veto any legislation they approve that would challenge his key decisions.RELATED CONTENT
MINNEAPOLIS - A few years ago, when Benjamin VandenWymelenberg was a University of Minnesota architecture student, he found himself toying with the wooden veneers that are among the raw materials for creating intricate scale models of buildings.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – When James DeBoe had an online store that sold about 36,000 different items, he would spend days looking at his competitors trying to figure out how to price his products.RELATED CONTENT
(Reuters) - Oilfield service providers Baker Hughes Inc and Halliburton Co plan to cut thousands of jobs as drilling activity slows further due to a steep fall in crude oil prices.RELATED CONTENT
Greg Von Wald has no set plans for his retirement years.RELATED CONTENT
It all started out with one question: Who else in Dickinson delivers food besides pizza places?RELATED CONTENT
GLENDIVE, Mont. -- Truckloads of water are being brought into Glendive after a spill of close to 1,200 barrels of oil, roughly 50,000 gallons, has officials concerned about the town’s water supply.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - A Fargo-based video game design company is making history. If Wicked Soul Studios gets its product released, it'll be the first North Dakota commercial product on a gaming console.
MOORHEAD - Roger Hogue, a doctor already well-known in this area since 2004 for his treatment of varicose veins and cosmetic surgery, now is making a name for himself in the field of regenerative medicine as well.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Five days after the president of the State Board of Higher Education resigned to avoid a distracting battle over her confirmation, state lawmakers started sifting through the North Dakota University System’s budget on Monday, saying they want specifics on how campuses plan to meet the system’s goals.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – North Dakota stands to lose more than $112 million in tax revenue every two years if lawmakers pass a bill that could void recent regulatory orders aimed at reducing the flaring of natural gas and volatility of Bakken crude oil before transport, a committee heard Monday.
FARGO – A liquor license transfer request may speak volumes about R.D. Offutt Co. and the likelihood it will build a new headquarters in downtown Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
BEMIDJI, Minn. - By more than one measure, Beltrami County has recovered from the late 2000s recession.
BISMARCK – Dozens of officials from western North Dakota pleaded with lawmakers Friday to fast-track more than $800 million in emergency funding to fix roads, build housing and tackle other infrastructure projects stemming from oil-related growth and development.RELATED CONTENT
ELGIN, N.D. - When Blaine Ottmar's two sons moved their families back to their hometown of Elgin, he had to find a way for the family farm to support the new additions, which included six grandsons.
BISMARCK -- A drop in the number of North Dakota dairy farms -- from 350 in 2000 to 91 today -- has led to scrutiny of a state law that allows only family members to form farming corporations.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Joanne Herbranson decided to take out an unusual form of insurance. It required a small investment of her own flesh and blood.RELATED CONTENT
Jan 15 (Reuters) - Schlumberger Ltd, the world's No.1 oilfield services provider, said it will cut 9,000 jobs, or about 7 percent of its workforce, as it focuses on controlling costs amid plummeting oil prices.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - Something is going on here and it smells like fresh bread and warm chocolate.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A developer is seeking a tax break as part of a proposed 16-unit apartment building that would be constructed on the site of a defunct convenience store in north Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
NEW YORK MILLS, Minn. – In days gone by, the independent butcher shop was a common fixture in Minnesota towns. But that is no longer the case.RELATED CONTENT
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. – Minnesota legislators are preparing to debate repealing the ban on Sunday liquor sales in the state. Again.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Keeping up with the Joneses could take a different twist over the next 12 months with neighbors and whole neighborhoods competing to see who in the city can save the most energy.
West Fargo - Hissing latte steam and the crunching of ground coffee beans has brought new life to a former West Fargo coffee kiosk.RELATED CONTENT
With approval Thursday from the state Board of Education, Mitchell Technical Institute will now offer a two-year Industrial Maintenance Technology program.
Priorities. That's what the Mitchell City Council decided it needs to nail down for the city, and those priorities should be informed by a more thorough and data-driven budget process, council members agreed.
LONDON (Reuters) - The collapse in oil prices is starting to slow growth in U.S. output, OPEC said on Thursday, although the slowdown will not prevent an increasing global surplus in 2015 and demand for the exporter group's oil falling to its lowest in a decade.
Even with the decrease in rigs drilling in the state, the overall job numbers in North Dakota remain strong.
It's going to cost money whether UND picks a new nickname or not.
FARGO – Touted as the single largest scholarship endowment contribution in its history, North Dakota State University announced Thursday that a private gift will offer aid to students entering fields in science, technology, engineering and math.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Concerns over flood protection is lessening compared to concerns over the challenges of growth if the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce's annual state-of-the-cities address Thursday is anything to go by.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Uncertainty over the price of crude oil and “sobering” projections for North Dakota’s oil tax revenues over the next two years spurred Democratic lawmakers Thursday to call for backup budgeting and a study of the state’s volatility in tax collections.
FARGO – The values of beef byproducts – parts such as livers, hearts, tongues, stomachs and hides – have been increasing and are at record-high values, according to Tim Petry, North Dakota State University Extension Livestock Marketing Economist.
ST. PAUL - Rural Minnesota has some striking differences with Minneapolis and St. Paul, but also some surprising similarities.RELATED CONTENT
Heidi Holland, known as “Beans” to family and friends, recently fulfilled a dream she has had since her father, Don Larson, died 10 years ago.RELATED CONTENT
The Northwest Minnesota Women’s Fund is calling for funding proposals for programs and services that benefit women and girls within the twelve county Northwest Minnesota Foundation service area. Counties served by NMF are Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Kittson, Lake of the Woods, Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, Polk, Red Lake, and Roseau.
FARGO - A Fargo hotel has been named the best hotel in the state by MSN.com.RELATED CONTENT
Mitchell Mayor Ken Tracy expects the ongoing construction at the Corn Palace to be complete by the week of April 20, and that includes the installation of the new LED light-up domes.RELATED CONTENT
Fergus Falls, Minn. - What Fergus Falls has known as a Business & Community Expo is being repackaged, retooled and re-launched as The Fergus Falls Business Summit.
LUVERNE, Minn. — The 360 investors in a rural Rock County wind energy company stand to lose thousands of dollars after MinWind Energy, LLC., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week in Minnesota Bankruptcy Court.
DULUTH — Cliffs Natural Resources is shedding its Canadian operations, selling U.S. coal mines and looking to get out of iron mining in Australia.
BEMIDJI -- The Greater Bemidji Area Joint Planning Board, which governs zoning in the Bemidji area, plans to consider adding language allowing for “tiny houses,” the miniature homes designed to leave the smallest environmental footprint possible that are gaining national popularity.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON — The Williston City Commission voted this week to close the doors on two man camps for not having proper fire sprinkler systems installed.
TORONTO - Target Corp will abandon its ill-fated expansion into Canada less than two years after its launch, the U.S. discount retailer said on Thursday in a surprise full retreat that will put more than 17,000 employees out of work and cost the company billions in writedowns.
A teen clothing store has closed at the Columbia Mall in Grand Forks.
BISMARCK - November oil production in North Dakota barely hit an all-time high, but low oil prices could lead to too few rigs to maintain current production levels, the state's top oil regulator said Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
RED LAKE, Minn. - The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians Tribal Council unanimously approved this week a study on how medicinal marijuana and industrial hemp could benefit the Red Lake Nation’s economic development.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama will announce on Thursday a handful of initiatives to boost paid leave and sick time, White House adviser Valerie Jarrett said in a statement.
FARGO – HERO, a charity that provides medical equipment and supplies to the needy, raised a record $64,874 in a fund drive given a boost by donations from local hair salons.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Like a mouth with too many teeth, things are crowded at Cornerstone Dental’s South University Drive office.RELATED CONTENT
Continental Resources Inc said Harold Hamm, its chief executive officer and majority shareholder, has pledged about one-fourth of the company shares he owns as collateral for a personal loan, according to a regulatory filing.
FARGO – The city has agreed to let a firm it had penalized for delays on previous projects to take on a new project – but with strings attached.
Fargo - Chris Myrvold remembers her grandma, a high school art teacher, painting daisies – always daisies.
WASHINGTON - A plunge in energy prices is hitting America's oil and gas producers, leading some firms to lay off workers while others struggle to get loans, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Internet company Google Inc has begun discussions with most of the world's top automakers and has assembled a team of traditional and nontraditional suppliers to speed up efforts to bring self-driving cars to market by 2020, a top Google executive said on Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Citing discontent expressed by state legislators, the chairwoman of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education submitted her resignation to the governor Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
The Red River Retention Authority will receive a $12 million grant for water management and flood protection along the Red River.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. companies are increasingly penalizing workers who decline to join "wellness" programs, embracing an element of President Barack Obama's healthcare law that has raised questions about fairness in the workplace.
ABU DHABI, Jan 13 (Reuters) - OPEC will not cut its oil output to support prices but expects higher-cost producers to do so, the United Arab Emirates energy minister insisted on Tuesday as oil plunged near six-year lows.
A bill introduced in the North Dakota Legislature would provide incentives to construct new fertilizer or chemical processing plants in the state.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Protesters here, in tandem with activists across the country, rallied Tuesday against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
BISMARCK – Contentious orders approved by North Dakota regulators to curb natural gas flaring and make Bakken crude oil safer for transport would be dragged back through a lengthy rulemaking process or become void under a bill sponsored by nine Republican lawmakers.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL - Much of the higher education talk from Minnesota political leaders this year is about improving the workforce by training and retraining people in the state's two-year colleges and technical schools, but President Eric Kaler of the University of Minnesota reminds legislators that his school trains workers, too.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - Cheri Johnson struggles when people ask what her company, Personal Touch Embroidery, does.RELATED CONTENT
Apple Inc has been granted a patent for a wearable camera that could possibly challenge action cameras made by GoPro Inc, intellectual property blog Patently Apple reported.
The Jamestown Tourism board of directors reviewed what it accomplished in 2014 Monday and looked at possible goals for 2015.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. board of directors approved deeding seven lots within the I-94 Business Park to the city of Jamestown with the intent that the city sells the lots at auction.
Just Kuts is just about exactly what it sounds like.RELATED CONTENT
FRYBURG — The future of a proposed worker-housing development here is still unknown, and local residents who are opposed to the plan are not relenting.RELATED CONTENT
FOSSTON, Minn. — Like most area farmers who raise crops, the Landsverk family is hurt by falling grain prices. Unlike many of their fellow farmers, however, the Landsverks have a safety net.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO, N.D. — Demand for grain cars is shifting as corn markets continue to slump, delaying shipments until later in the winter or spring.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON, N.D. -- A brine leak from a pipeline in Williams County has spread from Blacktail Creek to the Little Muddy River.
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — Willie Huot has spent years helping farmers and landlords develop farmland rental agreements and he’s reached this conclusion: “What you come up with has to benefit both parties. It needs to be a win-win situation,” says Huot, a veteran Grand Forks (N.D.) County extension agent.
A citywide public arts plan presented to a Grand Forks City Council committee Monday focused too much on South 42nd Street, council members said.
Consecutive weeks of minus 20-degree weather evoke the most basic survival instincts: eating and drinking.
United Airlines is assessing whether to outsource jobs at airports around the country in a cost-cutting effort that could impact some 2,000 workers.
ST. PAUL - Minnesotans paid more in taxes than expected the last two months, Minnesota Management and Budget reported Monday.
CROOKSTON, Minn. - An uneven split between proponents and opponents of the proposed Sandpiper pipeline didn't keep either side from getting their voices heard Monday at public hearing here.
FARGO – College administrators gave a warm reception to President Barack Obama’s proposal to provide free tuition for community college students who meet an academic performance standard.
Fargo - Rejuv Skin & Laser Clinic is celebrating 10 years of business in Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Large, many-gabled homes rise out of the prairie in the Eagle Pointe development here on the city’s southern limits.RELATED CONTENT
SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp has complained publicly about tech rival Google Inc revealing a security flaw in its Windows 8.1 system just days before Microsoft was scheduled to roll out a fix for the problem, potentially exposing users to hacking.
NEW YORK - Sue Ann Arnall, the ex-wife of Oklahoma oil magnate Harold Hamm, vowed on Monday to press on with an appeal of her divorce case even after she cashed a $975 million check that Hamm provided her.
NEW YORK - Oil prices slumped more than 5 percent on Monday after an influential Wall Street bank cut its forecasts and Gulf producers showed no sign of being willing to curb output.
Williston Economic Development has announced the Enhanced Bakken Supply Chain Initiative. The initiative aims to reduce costs and increase efficiencies for Bakken operators while expanding manufacturing and logistics business development in the Bakken region.
CROSBY, N.D., Jan 11 (Reuters) - Just over a decade ago, this sleepy farming community on the fringe of North Dakota's Bakken shale formation hosted the state's first horizontal oil well to be hydraulically fractured, or fracked, helping set in motion an economic revolution that shook the world.
WASHINGTON - The Senate will start debate on Monday on a bill to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline as Republicans, who have made the project their first priority of the year, try to line up enough votes to overcome a potential veto by President Barack Obama.
LONDON - More than 22,000 wells have been drilled in North Dakota since oil was discovered in 1951, but over half of state production comes from around 4,000 wells drilled since the start of 2013.
WORTHINGTON, Minn. — Ten months after a fire forced the closure of their restaurant, Zai Chen and his wife, Yong Li, are excited to reopen the doors of King’s Wok at 1305 Spring Ave., on the east side of Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
BEMIDJI, Minn. - The Bemidji Deb Junior and Plus retail clothing store inside the Paul Bunyan Mall will close as nearly 300 Deb Stores locations across the country are liquidated.
The North Dakota Industrial Commission has awarded millions of dollars to conservation projects across the state, including almost $1 million to help fund the construction of the revitalized Crooked Crane Trail.
While almost every North Dakota airport saw an increase of passengers in 2014, the Grand Forks International Airport did not.
WEST FARGO – Saturday’s game between North Dakota State University and Illinois State decided more than a college football championship.
BISMARCK - The Bank of North Dakota reported its 11th consecutive year of record net income Jan. 9 upon release of its fourth-quarter report.
BISMARCK – Technology designed to ease traffic jams in California could find a new testing ground on North Dakota’s vast stretches of highway if state lawmakers approve a bill heard Friday that would set rules for testing self-driving vehicles.
MOORHEAD – If Jeremy Johnson attended Minnesota State University Moorhead today instead of 15 years ago, he “absolutely” would want to download a mobile application the school is developing.
Ag producers and manufacturers are looking for new Cuban export opportunities following President Barack Obama’s announcement last month of his intent to restore diplomatic relations with the island nation 90 miles south of the U.S. border.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Josh Christy reached for the buzzing cellphone in his pocket. Across the dinner table, his wife gave him the look.RELATED CONTENT
HOUSTON (Reuters) - New oil and gas well permits issued across the United States rose slightly in December and surged 72 percent in Colorado and Wyoming after falling sharply in November on tumbling crude prices.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global oil prices resumed their slide on Friday after two days of relative calm, with Brent and U.S. crude hitting their lowest levels since April 2009, before paring losses on data showing a steep drop in U.S. oil drilling rigs.
Fargo - A third Main Squeeze juice bar has opened in Fargo.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - President Barack Obama's proposal to offer two years of free community college tuition to any student who keeps up their grades would cost the federal government about $60 billion over 10 years, the White House said on Friday.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON - The Keystone XL crude oil pipeline from Canada is not a major issue for the U.S. economy, White House economic adviser Jason Furman said on Friday, adding that tax reform and infrastructure investment are more critical policy priorities.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. is looking to get out of the commercial real estate business.
NEW YORK - Sue Ann Arnall, the ex-wife of Oklahoma oil magnate Harold Hamm, has deposited a handwritten $975 million divorce check, Hamm's lawyer said on Thursday, in a move that may end an epic divorce battle over a fortune worth billions.RELATED CONTENT
The drop in oil prices is putting money in consumers’ pockets and is “a good thing, basically” for the U.S. economy, Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Narayana Kocherlakota said at a town hall at his bank’s headquarters.
Members of the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport commission have narrowed down options for expanding the facility’s runway and taxi area, but some new cultural findings and financial issues could produce challenges as its master plan moves forward.
WILLISTON, N.D. - An undetermined amount of saltwater was released in Williams County, impacting nearby waters in Blacktail Creek, downstream from Blacktail Lake, the North Dakota Department of Health said.
CASSELTON, N.D. - For a group of farmers earlier this week, Andy Swenson was the bearer of bad news.RELATED CONTENT
An A&W Restaurant has opened in Thief River Falls.
U.S. job growth increased briskly in December, positioning the economy for a sturdy pace of expansion this year and keeping the Federal Reserve on course to start raising interest rates.
Macy's Inc said it would close 14 stores in early spring 2015 and cut some jobs to boost its investment in technology and offset higher expense expected in health care and retirement plans.
WASHINGTON -- Senate Republicans on Thursday advanced a bill to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, their top priority in a new campaign to push back President Barack Obama's policies now that they fully control Congress.
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s top oil regulator told lawmakers who will craft the state’s budget for the next two years on Thursday that lower crude prices are spelling gloom but not doom for the nation’s second-leading oil producer.RELATED CONTENT
Burnsville, Minn. - Scammers tried out some new tricks in 2014, but stuck with some old “classics,” as well. Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) looks back on 2014 and offers an informal list of the Top Ten scams from last year.
BUTTERFIELD, Minn. — A southwest Minnesota food company denies allegations from an animal rights group that it scalded alive spent laying hens, and says there is no concern that the company will interrupt its production.
Dickinson’s Catholic hospital has received more than $8,000 in grant money.
As the City of Dickinson searches for a replacement for former Community Development Director Ed Courton, it’s restructuring the department that has played a large role in overseeing the city’s growth over the past few years.
BEMIDJI, Minn. - Roughly 500 people attended a hearing Wednesday, Jan. 7 in Bemidji that may help decide the fate of the Sandpiper crude oil pipeline planned to cross northern Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
West Fargo - The weather needs to warm for a new business in Eagle Run to rev its engine.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Neither Bob nor Greg Gibb say they were pressured to join Robert Gibb & Sons, the plumbing, heating and electrical contracting business their grandfather founded in 1915.RELATED CONTENT
ENDERLIN, N.D. – Faced with long wait times at rail crossings blocked by trains, one North Dakota town is getting aggressive with railroads even as another town has backed off.
FARGO – A proposal to have parts of the Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion financed privately would get more scrutiny under a new recommendation from the diversion authority’s finance committee.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.—The Sioux Falls Development Foundation is announcing a $3 million equity investment in Sioux Falls-based SAB Biotherapeutics to help grow its unique disease-fighting platform.RELATED CONTENT
Struggling apparel retailer Wet Seal Inc said it laid off about 3,700 full- and part-time employees on Wednesday as it went ahead with the closure of 338 stores.
LONDON - Prices received by oil producers in North Dakota's Williston Basin have averaged less than $34 per barrel so far this month, according to the list of posted prices issued by Plains Marketing.
LEEDS, N.D. — Brian Engstrom is happy to report rail service for his dry edible bean processing plant is better today than it was two months ago.RELATED CONTENT
BEMIDJI -- Gardens won out over guns and road construction in the 2015 race for county development grant funding.
BERTHOLD, N.D. -- The police chief in Berthold, a small Oil Patch town west of Minot, has new marching orders from city hall: Ticket the train engineer the next time a BNSF Railway train blocks both crossings in town for more than 20 minutes.
Positioned along one of the city’s busiest truck routes, The Hub truck stop and convenience store in north Dickinson will serve the expected clients: oilfield workers in need of a quick lunch and truck drivers stopping in to fill up on fuel and coffee.RELATED CONTENT
MEDORA, N.D. – A plan is moving forward to dig a gravel pit on a North Dakota Badlands ranch that once belonged to former President Theodore Roosevelt.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo-based Ulteig, one of the leading engineering firms in the upper Midwest, announced Jan. 7 that it has set in place a plan to identify a new CEO to succeed Eric Michel, its president and chief executive officer and a member of its board of directors, who has indicated his intent to transition out of his current responsibilities in 2015.
Harold Hamm, the chief executive of oil driller Continental Resources who is embroiled in a bitter divorce, offered to pay his former wife $974.8 million, but she rejected a hand-written check, lawyers for both sides said on Tuesday.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The Fargo-Moorhead area’s robust economy is generating booming demand for something you can’t even touch.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - As the Bison continue to perform well, it becomes more difficult for North Dakota State University to keep up with individuals trying to sell unlicensed green and gold products.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Essentia Health has opened a new sleep lab to diagnose and treat sleeping disorders.
BISMARCK – North Dakota is “stronger than ever,” and depressed oil prices shouldn’t prevent the state from boosting tax relief and continuing the progress made on roads, housing and other priorities, Gov. Jack Dalrymple said Tuesday in his State of the State Address.
FARGO – Fargo’s renaissance zone has been extended for five years, according to the city.
WASHINGTON - Republican senators this week made good on a campaign promise and kicked off the new Congress with a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, saying if President Barack Obama vetoes it, they have a plan to pass the measure later in the year.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON - The White House said on Monday that U.S. President Barack Obama believes the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would have little impact on U.S. gas prices but a spokesman would not say whether he would veto Republican legislation related to the project.
BISMARCK – The latest edition of a publication that explains North Dakota’s state and local taxes and how they compare to taxes in other states is now available online, state Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger announced Monday.
KEENE, N.D. - An environmental cleanup at the site of a well blowout that spilled 600 barrels of oil and saltwater over a large area 1 mile northwest of Keene in McKenzie County is nearing completion.
ST. PAUL - Uniting Minnesota is one of Gov. Mark Dayton's goals as he begins his second, and final, term as the state's chief executive.RELATED CONTENT
Hundreds of companies have contacted North Dakota's unmanned aircraft test site over the past year hoping to test drones, cameras or other technology.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL - The first public hearing of a weeklong tour of the state regarding the proposed Sandpiper pipeline Monday afternoon had a very different feel to it than past Minnesota Public Utilities Commission meetings on the subject.
MOORHEAD – The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has concluded that widespread retention projects in the Red River basin would not offer a viable alternative to the proposed flood protection diversion.
FARGO – A firm recently penalized by the city for lengthy delays on the 19th Avenue North project is the low bidder on another street project, prompting concerns from city leaders.
BISMARCK – As the domestic price of crude oil hovered around $50 a barrel on Monday, North Dakota legislators began rolling into the Capitol’s House and Senate chambers to prep for Tuesday’s launch of what one longtime lawmaker expects to be a “very unique” session.
Fargo - Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley peered through a borrowed pair of reading glasses and ticked off the price of oil over the past several months.RELATED CONTENT
Whether or not Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow on Groundhog Day next month, companies in Grand Forks will be welcoming a different kind of shadow.
NEW YORK - As a war of nerves between U.S. shale producers and Gulf powerhouses intensifies, OPEC's biggest members are counting down the months until their upstart rivals lose the one thing shielding them from crashing oil prices - hedges.
The selloff in oil continued with little pause into the new year with U.S. crude futures tumbling below $50 a barrel on Monday for the first time since April 2009 on fears of a global supply glut.
It's not just business as usual for Dakota Wesleyan University.
Garnet Finchum’s face says without words that she doesn’t have time for nonsense.RELATED CONTENT
Two businessmen who are bringing back King Leo's burger restaurant to Fargo are planning to do the same in Grand Forks.
The number and value of building permits in Grand Forks grew again in 2014, a year that saw construction begin on a new medical school and the production of townhomes accelerate.
CASSELTON, N.D. — When First State Bank of North Dakota opened an office here 15 years ago, it wanted to be a major presence in the city’s downtown core.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — The year 2014 came and went without the Federal Aviation Administration releasing its proposed rules for small unmanned aircraft — a draft North Dakota officials have been anxiously awaiting.
WASHINGTON -- The head of the Senate energy committee plans to introduce a bill next week to force approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, though the full chamber faces a battle in obtaining needed votes to overcome any veto by President Barack Obama.
KEENE, N.D. – An oil well blowout released more than 25,000 gallons of crude oil at a site in McKenzie County, and state health officials said they were still evaluating whether any of it reached a tributary of the Missouri River.
WATFORD CITY — The finely tuned trio of health care workers on board a rig here provide medical services on the front lines in North Dakota’s oilfields.RELATED CONTENT
MINNEAPOLIS – When Kristi Waite retires in March, it will end 115 years that her family has led Rasmussen College.RELATED CONTENT
BAKER, Mont. – Russell Burdick had been interested in aeronautics for years, but it wasn’t until he was in his ’70s, after his wife had passed away, that he learned to pilot a plane.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Spending on the Fargo-Moorhead flood-diversion project is expected to accelerate this fiscal year to an amount nearly three times larger than what’s been spent so far.
Fargo - In recent weeks, Darrell Hansen was the poster child of mixed emotions as he watched North Dakota State University battle its way to the NCAA Division I FCS football championship game.RELATED CONTENT
The U.S. Small Business Administration has launched its 2015 Emerging Leaders executive-level training series in 48 cities and communities across the country.
GRAND FORKS – The deputy editor of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead has been hired as director of Agweek, a Grand Forks-based agricultural publication that’s expanding its weekly magazine content to broadcast television.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Courtny Evanson began 2014 as a single mom with an idea. She ended it with a provisional patent, refined product sketches and grant funding.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Izumi Sushi and Hibachi has opened at 5675 26th Ave. S., in Fargo.
WEST FARGO - The sliding door to Larry Wieers’ pole shed used to be a “big hassle,” he said.
Eliot Glassheim was almost joking when he asked Corey Mock to buy his bookstore.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL — “Help wanted” signs hang in front of businesses and factories throughout rural Minnesota and in many communities,even if those jobs are filled, workers may not find homes nearby.
WORTHINGTON — Project Morning Star, a residential recovery program sponsored by Lakeside Church in Worthington, has created a line of locally made natural body care products.
BISMARCK – North Dakota lawmakers will descend on the Capitol Tuesday, Jan. 6 to kick off a nearly four-month-long marathon of debates and votes on everything from income taxes to rules for driverless cars.
DULUTH, Minn. - The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission will take public testimony next week at five hearings across the state on the all-new Enbridge Energy Sandpiper pipeline set to run from Beaver Lodge, N.D., to Superior, Wis.
Members of the Grand Forks community can prepare to “launch” their ideas at the second annual TEDxGrandForks event next month.
BISMARCK — Basin Electric Power Cooperative announced Dec. 31, 2014, it has signed power purchase agreements with new wind farms in Richardton and Tioga.
WILLISTON — A nasty profit warning and deep job cuts. A gutted capital budget, a suspended dividend and shares tumbling by more than half on a single day.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- More than 1,600 barrels of crude were ablaze just south of Williston, N.D., on Thursday, Jan. 1, after storage tanks caught fire while trucks were delivering oil, but no one was injured and officials said they intend to let the blaze die out.
Fargo - Capital Credit Union was looking to increase deposits, so it recently offered a 1.11 percent APY return on an 11-month certificate of deposit. Before time ran out on the special offer, members had snatched up the available amount in CDs.
Fargo - A very large apartment complex is taking shape in the 4700 block of Timber Parkway in south Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - CNC Wood Design, a custom cabinetry and furniture design manufacturer based in Park Rapids, Minn., has opened a new showroom and design center in the lower level of the Black Building in downtown Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude fell to a 5-1/2-year low of less than $57 a barrel on Tuesday as a global supply glut outweighed concerns of lost supply from Libya where battling militias have closed ports.
In 2013, a North Dakota law opened a winter season for residents to purchase fireworks between Dec. 26 and Jan. 1, but Grand Forks' two fireworks retailers -- Memory Fireworks and Generous Jerry's -- say sales aren't exactly heating up like the summer retail season.RELATED CONTENT
ALEXANDER, N.D. - Road safety reviews and increased law enforcement patrols are underway now and into February on the U.S. Highway 85 corridor, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.
The number of in-state high school graduates attending college in North Dakota has been decreasing while the number of non-resident students has grown, according to a new North Dakota University System online dashboard.
Fargo - Talk about getting in on the ground floor of a new technology.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL – Minnesota’s $38 million contract with Pearson for online proficiency testing is just a few months old, but it already has technology staff in many school districts, including Moorhead and Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton, scrambling to ensure their systems are compatible.
BISMARCK - During the first month of open enrollment for coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, 8,528 people in North Dakota signed up for a plan beginning Jan. 1, according to data released Dec. 30 by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The UND Nickname and Logo Process Recommendation Task Force will now have until some time in January to submit the plan for choosing a new nickname for the school.
Tim Dockter has one goal for Dickinson’s Tractor Supply Co.: He wants it to give customers what they need.RELATED CONTENT
WILLMAR, Minn. — The year 2014 is shaping up to be an excellent year for construction values in Willmar.RELATED CONTENT
WILLMAR, Minn. — BNSF Railway, along with local governmental partners, will try again to obtain a federal grant to help build the proposed $50 million railroad bypass, also known as a wye, west of Willmar to possibly divert up to a third of the trains in and out of the city’s rail yard.RELATED CONTENT
BEMIDJI - The American Legion building downtown will be sold to become the new Bar 209, officials said Monday, Dec. 29.RELATED CONTENT
CASSELTON, N.D. – Tim McLean was fixing a truck on his farm when his pager beeped to summon him to duty as a volunteer firefighter.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – House Majority Leader Al Carlson said Dec. 29 he plans to introduce a bill next month that would phase out North Dakota’s personal and corporate income taxes, going a step further than a fellow Republican’s proposal.RELATED CONTENT
Burger chain Shake Shack Inc., which grew out of a hot dog stand in New York's Madison Square Park, has filed for an initial public offering at a time when stock offerings by casual restaurants have proven to be a big hit with investors.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - As a young girl growing up in Karlstad, Minn., Trisha Bothum dreamed of serving others by becoming a nurse. When it was time to attend college, she decided to go a different route and became a certified public accountant.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON, N.D. - Civeo Corp, which provides temporary housing for oilfield workers and miners, slashed its workforce on Monday and said revenue could fall by a third as slumping crude prices force oil producers to cut costs.
FARGO – North Dakota leads the nation in high-speed fiber optic access to the Internet, according to a report released Dec. 29.
FARGO – The chief fundraiser for North Dakota State University will leave his post after a dozen employees quit in 2014, the first full year Doug Mayo has led the NDSU Development Foundation and Alumni Association.RELATED CONTENT
CHICAGO - United Parcel Service Inc. and FedEx Corp. are rolling out new pricing systems to curb online retailers' large package sizes, but industry experts warn many small firms are unprepared and could pay up to 50 percent more for shipping.RELATED CONTENT
Registration is now being accepted for employers to host UND and NCTC students during the inaugural Job Shadow Week Feb. 2-6.
GRAND FORKS — With its lease agreement for an unmanned aerial systems (UAS) business park set to wrap up soon, Grand Forks County is turning to its next UAS-related project — a sensor development range.
During the last fiscal year, UND and the system that governs all of North Dakota's public universities had the largest economic impact on the state to date.RELATED CONTENT
The East Grand Forks City Council approved a budget Monday morning, Dec. 29, just hours before it was due to the state of Minnesota.
Fargo - As 2014 shrugs on its overcoat and offers a tired little wave and a smile as it strolls away into history, it’s a good time to look back at some of the area’s important business stories of the past year.RELATED CONTENT
West Fargo - A newer hospital for cats and dogs is opening here.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Early this year, the Downtown Community Partnership put together a downtown walking map to promote downtown businesses.
BISMARCK - With oil prices slipping to their lowest point in more than five years, new state regulations slated to take effect and lawmakers proposing major investments in oil country, 2015 is shaping up to be a critical year for the oil and gas industry in North Dakota.RELATED CONTENT
The Mitchell Area Development Corp. has accepted a local offer for the former Happy Chef building in Mitchell, S.D., and hopes to close on the property in January.
WATFORD CITY, N.D. — Citadel Energy Services opened the first of nine saltwater disposal facilities planned for North Dakota south of Watford City in October.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — Swiss national Romain Lauper didn’t know what to expect when he arrived in North Dakota for the first time this week, but he definitely didn’t think he’d find a museum the size and caliber of the newly expanded North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck.RELATED CONTENT
Downtown Grand Forks will have a pharmacy in 2015 if Third Street Clinic's plans pan out.
DICKINSON, N.D. - In 2014, North Dakota made significant strides in capturing more natural gas in the Oil Patch. However, there are different opinions as to whether enough is being done.
Congratulations on making it to another New Year!RELATED CONTENT
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Bakken production expected to shift in response to lower oil pricesRELATED CONTENT
AT&T-sponsored app development event likely to be first of manyRELATED CONTENT
New York City’s Lebenthal enters market through local partnershipRELATED CONTENT
Energy storage devices and computer screens may seem worlds apart, but they’re not.RELATED CONTENT
UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences expands to train more future health care workersRELATED CONTENT
Growing trend of employee-owned devices in workplace presents challenges, benefitsRELATED CONTENT
Financial advisers are often quick to produce evidence to support rebalancing assets to fit a client’s risk tolerance and desired asset mix after a new year begins.RELATED CONTENT
As any entrepreneur knows, running a business is not easy.RELATED CONTENT
Implementation of new technologies within the energy sector has unleashed an energy revolution.RELATED CONTENT