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Unemployment falls in most US states in October

Unemployment falls in most US state in October   Nov 22, 11:57 AM EST BY CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP ECONOMICS WRITER WASHINGTON (AP) — Unemployment fell in 28 U.S. states last month, and employers added jobs in 34 states. The gains suggest recent improvements in the job market have occurred in most regions of the country. The Labor Department said Friday ...

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Green Plains buys two ethanol plants

GPRE

Green Plains buys two ethanol plants Sat Nov 23, 2013 10:50am EST   Nov 23 (Reuters) – U.S. ethanol producer Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc said it has completed a previously announced acquisition of two ethanol plants from privately held Ethanol Holding Co. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition of the two properties, in Wood River, Nebraska, ...

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BNSF makes exponential growth since conception

Teresa Perkins, general director of Petroleum Products for BNSF, recalled when Houston-based EOG Resources had a vision and went forward several years ago to build the first crude unit train facility. BNSF, serving that facility, hauled its first unit train out of Stanley in 2009. Since that time, a number of unit train facilities that BNSF serves have been built ...

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Dig a little deeper in the Bakken and find Three Forks

Three forks shale

Marketwatch.com One year ago, I wrote this story, asking—could the Bakken ever hit 1 million barrels of oil per day (bopd) production? Well, now the Market is asking—when (not if) will it hit 2 million? A massive, 76-page report from Goldman Sachs from late September suggests 2023—that’s another TEN YEARS of growth—with the biggest growth year being next year, in ...

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Weekly Crude Oil Market Update – Bakken.com

Inventories keep on growing The crude oil market has stayed under pressure this week as inventory data had yet another build over what traders were expecting, this week we saw a grow in inventory by 5.2 million barrels, the trade expected around 3.4 million barrels. This marks about 16 weeks of growing inventory in the crude market and pushing us ...

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North Dakota attracts young people

Young people

North Dakota: Young and getting younger FARGO — Fresh out of college, Rebecca Marohn and Jessica Herd moved from their college towns to North Dakota this summer with new jobs at Microsoft in mind and some lingering doubts about living in Fargo.By: Kyle Potter, Forum News Service FARGO – Fresh out of college, Rebecca Marohn and Jessica Herd moved from their ...

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North Dakota Opportunity Fund helps local business

local

If not for the loan help they received, finances would have been tight while Steven Nardello got his pizza parlor running and it would have taken Ray Bergquist longer to raise the money to open his men’s clothing store. Approaching one year of operation, the $9.7 million North Dakota Opportunity Fund revolving loan program has helped 21 businesses in 38 ...

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Brent slips towards $111

brent

SINGAPORE, Oct 14 (Reuters) – Brent futures edged lower towards $111 per barrel on Monday after an unexpected decline in China’s exports, with a looming deadline to get an increase in the U.S. debt ceiling adding to worries about the outlook for oil demand. Weekend talks to avert a U.S. debt default showed signs of progress on Sunday, but there ...

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