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If I Were President!

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Now that we know that dreaming of becoming President of the United States of America is even less crazy than it once seemed, we’ve probably rethought about the changes we would make if we were taking the oath in January rather than Donald Trump.  When it comes to the health and safety of the U.S. workforce I’ve asked myself “What ...

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Keeping Warm in Winter: Weatherization that Works

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Keeping your house warm while staying inside your budget isn’t always easy. As the cost of energy goes up with the impending recovery in the oil sector, commercial and residential power sources will follow suit, as they traditionally have in the past.  One way to keep your energy costs under control is to make sure your home is well equipped ...

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U.S. rig count declines by 1 to 568

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Baker Hughes’ latest rig count report shows the number of rigs drilling for oil rose by two this week to 452. Rigs drilling for natural gas was down 2. The total rig count fell by one to 568, still higher than the May low of 404. Total offshore rigs are down 12 from last year at this time. States losing ...

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Growing ND company acquires new Montana facility

Anchor, Montana, Culbertson

FARGO, ND–Anchor Ingredients Co., LLC (“Anchor”), a Midwest-based leading supplier of quality ingredients for the food and pet food industries, is adding to its growing footprint, announcing the acquisition of a rail-loading and storage facility in Culbertson, Mont. The company will use the new pulse facility to originate specialty crops, specifically peas and lentils, from both Montana and western North Dakota. ...

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Continental Resources plans to complete 29 Bakken wells

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Continental Resources’ Bakken production averaged nearly 108,000 b/d of oil equivalent in the third quarter of 2016, down 14% or more than 17,000 boe/d from the previous quarter, but the Oklahoma City-based producer plans to boost production in its North Dakota and Montana plays before the end of the year. “We’ve begun harvesting our valuable Bakken inventories,” Harold Hamm, Continental’s ...

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XTO sponsors “Give Back to the Bakken” grant program

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XTO Energy announced their commitment to the Bakken in sponsorship of a program called “Give Back to the Bakken,” which provides grants to area nonprofit organizations  in North Dakota and Montana. Past recipients of grants include Home on the Range and Best Friends Mentoring. The grants, says XTO Energy, is a show of appreciation for the communities in eastern Montana ...

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WHERE THEY STAND: Clinton, Trump on the issues

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A look at where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand on three dozen issues: ABORTION Persistent Republican-led efforts to restrict access to abortion and to curb government funding for Planned Parenthood have been hotly debated in Washington and in states. The issue will be shaped in some way by the next president and could be shaped profoundly ...

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The 9-Point Checklist for Hiring the Right Motor & Generator Service Company

generator, Ward Leonard

Choosing a company to be your motor and generator service firm isn’t something that people take lightly.  There are many things to consider.  Some may feel that the choice is price-driven while others are looking for quality above all.  And still others may be looking for something as simple as reliable field service. Whatever the reasons, it’s best to do ...

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