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Oil conference in Bismarck again drawing global interest; Sean Hannity on the schedule

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By: Amy Dalrymple and Mike Nowatzki, Forum News Service, INFORUM BISMARCK – More than 3,400 people from 49 states and eight foreign countries are registered for next week’s Williston Basin Petroleum Conference, with more expected to register when the conference begins May 20. About 4,000 people attended the conference when it was last in North Dakota two years ago, making it ...

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Proposed rules would track oilfield waste from ‘cradle to grave’

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By Amy Dalrymple BISMARCK — State health officials are moving up their timeline on setting new rules for radioactive waste generated in the oilfield, prompted by recent stockpiling of waste and other illegal dumping incidents. The proposed rules, which will be available for public comment in June, will enhance the state’s ability to track the generation, storage, transportation and disposal of ...

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One-on-One with Harold Hamm

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WILLISTON, N.D.—Washington’s fixation on Harold Hamm, the onetime top energy adviser to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has waned since the former Massachusetts governor lost the 2012 race. But as long as America is booming with oil, as it is here in the Bakken shale-oil fields of North Dakota, Hamm will be more relevant than he ever was in Romney’s ...

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