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Arsenal Energy Inc. Announces North Dakota Well Results

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CALGARY, ALBERTA–(Marketwired – Jul 17, 2013) – Arsenal Energy Inc. (“Arsenal“) (AEI.TO) (AEYIF) is pleased to announce the successful drilling and completion of two Bakken wells at Stanley, North Dakota. Both wells were fracture stimulated over the two mile horizontal wellbore section. The John Paul 11-2H produced 1,442 bbl oil during a 24 hour test period at a flowing pressure ...

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Oil may be booming in North Dakota, but real estate is slow to follow

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While billions of dollars of oil money is flowing freely to North Dakota, investment in new real estate has not followed. With demand far outpacing supply, rents and land prices are sky-high, and residents have few retail options. By Ernest Scheyder and Ilaina Jonas, Reuters / June 30, 2013 Williston, N.D./New York Money and workers are pouring into Williston, the capital ...

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Faces of the Boom: Louisiana men bring mobile motel…

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WILLISTON, N.D. – Louisiana native Dex Comardelle, 23, is bringing Southern hospitality to North Dakota’s workforce housing. Comardelle was working toward a degree in hospitality management at the University of Louisiana when he started to hear about North Dakota’s oil boom. Comardelle and his father, Ricky, who has provided living quarters for offshore drilling operations in the Gulf of Mexico ...

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ND oil transforming the face of a sleepy town

By: Daily Mail Reporter A fascinating collection of images has captured the stark transformation of Williston, North Dakota, from a quiet backwater to a booming mining town where crime and drug use have spiked and men dramatically outnumber women. The area, where agriculture was historically the main industry, has been experiencing an oil boom in recent years, due in part to ...

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Jamestown Prepares For Population and Economic Boom

Jamestown North Dakota

Jamestown’s population of 15-thousand people is getting ready for a major jump,  as plans for energy projects in nearby Spiritwood move closer to reality.   All of it is tying together North Dakota agriculture and energy production. And all of it should mean the largest population growth Jamestown and surrounding Stutsman County have seen in decades. Dave Klein, Housing Authority: “It would not surprise me to  see ...

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Faces of the Boom: Blessed in the Bakken

The Bakken Boom

SIDNEY, Mont. – Patty Kneeland feels so blessed to be an oilfield wife, she wears a reminder around her neck. Kneeland and her husband, Bruce, moved to the Bakken region of eastern Montana two years ago after they closed a bar and restaurant they operated in the opposite side of the state for 10 years. The seasonal business in the ...

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Federal drug czar touring ND, Montana Oil Patch

Gil Kerlikowske

FARGO — Of all the warning bells sounded by law enforcement officials in North Dakota and Montana about crime associated with the Bakken Oil Patch’s rapid population growth, the one that seems to ring true involves drug trafficking. Michael Cotter, U.S. attorney from Montana, cites an April 2012 meeting he sponsored that was attended by about 150 law enforcement officials, ...

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