Home / News / Bakken News / Bakken Backers hosts Bakken 2.0 class Sept. 26
bakken backers
Bakken Backers will host Bakken 2.0, a free educational session about the latest technological trends and economic investments in one of the world’s most-recognized oil formations on Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks.

Bakken Backers hosts Bakken 2.0 class Sept. 26

Bakken Backers, a coalition of businesses, leaders, workers, and citizens who support the Bakken and its benefit to North Dakota, is hosting Bakken 2.0. Bakken 2.0 is a

free education session about the latest technological trends and economic investments in one of the world’s most-recognized oil formations. The class will be held September 26 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks in conjunction with the North Dakota Petroleum Council Annual Meeting.

The Agenda for the meeting is as follows:

Agenda

3:00 | Bakken 2.0: What the Bakken means to North Dakota’s economy

Rob Lindberg, Director of Bakken Backers

3:20 | How we pull oil from rock 10,000ft below the ground

Kathy Neset, Geologist & President of Neset Consulting

3:35 | A look at the Bakken’s Contributions to American Energy

Charlie Gorecki, Director of Subsurface R&D at the EERC

3:55 | What’s next in Bakken technology

Lynn Helms, Director of the Department of Mineral Resources

4:05 | Preparing for careers in the Bakken

Kent Ellis, Coordinator of North Dakota Energy Education

4:20 | Panel: Growing because of the Bakken with Lt. Governor Sanford

Creating long-term opportunities for North Dakota communities
– Barry Wilfahrt, president of the Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce
– Shawn Wenko, executive director of Williston Economic Development
– Dale Patten, retired Watford City banker

Contact the Rob Lindberg for more information, or visit the Bakken Backers website. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*