BISMARCK - While North Dakota leaders question the future of the oil industry, another natural resource is increasing in production.
NEW YORK — Archer Daniels Midland, one of the world’s top biofuels producers, has slowed North American biodiesel output, the latest sign the industry is battling uncertainty over U.S. renewable fuel policy while the oil rout curbs demand.
WILLISTON — Continental Resources posted a fourth-quarter profit well above Wall Street’s expectations on Tuesday, as a one-time gain from the sale of crude hedges helped offset tumbling oil prices.
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Industrial Commission approved Wednesday an exception from its flaring goals but directed state regulators to draft a policy to address such scenarios in the future.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Despite a last-minute plea, a man camp in northern Williston will close Sunday and residents must vacate the premises.
A bill providing tax incentives for the construction of fertilizer or chemical processing plants passed the North Dakota Senate unanimously Wednesday.
BISMARCK - In 2012, the North Dakota Census office projected the state to grow to 842,000 residents in 2025. Despite the drop in oil prices, the office maintains high projections.
WILLMAR, Minn. — Willmar Municipal Utilities received $106,000 as its first payment for participating in the new CAPX transmission line project.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama didn't waste time vetoing a bill that would have allowed Congress to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today signed into law Senate Bill 2103, making $1.1 billion in state funding immediately available for infrastructure projects and other critical needs, primarily in North Dakota’s oil-production region.RELATED CONTENT
CENTER, N.D. — More than 700 tires rolling in unison will help carry a 9.5 million-pound piece of equipment to a central North Dakota coal mine’s new digging site.RELATED CONTENT
For Dickinson, the continual arrival of businesses can be a good thing. But to the people who make up a city, the actual residents who carry out their day-to-day lives, the constant disruption of construction from developments can be a nuisance.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – North Dakota House lawmakers unanimously approved Monday what has been called “landmark legislation” to strengthen regulations of oil and saltwater gathering pipelines.
BISMARCK – The “surge” is on the verge of becoming law.
BISMARCK – House budget writers on Monday significantly scaled back a proposal to boost the share of oil tax revenue going to oil-producing counties, while also removing Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks, West Fargo and Jamestown from the list of cities that would share in the funding.