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Enbridge Energy to install 600 mile pipeline to transport Bakken Oil

Enbridge Energy is finalizing plans to build a 600-mile pipeline to transport North Dakota crude oil to Superior, Wis., and soon will begin contacting Minnesota property owners along two proposed paths across the state. Although two proposed pathways across 11 northern counties are under review for the $2.5 billion Sandpiper Pipeline, an Enbridge official said Thursday that the company is ...

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ND oil production numbers set to explode?

Photo credit: ConocoPhillips Genscape, which is a leading provider of energy information, recently estimated that June’s Bakken daily oil production would skyrocket by 54,000 barrels of oil per day. That would have shattered the the previous record monthly gain of 41,000 barrels of oil per day set in February. It turned out that Genscape was way off as production only ...

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Peregrine Petroleum Investing in ND Gas and Oil Projects

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DALLAS and HOUSTON, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Texas-based Peregrine Petroleum is continuing the company’s oil and gas exploration and development activities in the Bakken and Three Forks Shale in North Dakota’s Williston Basin region following last year’s acquisition of 3,210 acres of producing leases from Colorado-based Ranch Oil Company. Peregrine recently filed drilling spacing unit applications in the Pierre Creek ...

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Infocast’s 4th Annual Bakken Infrastructure Finance & Development Summit 2013

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BISMARCK, ND–(Marketwired – Aug 21, 2013) – Exciting new production techniques have turned the Bakken Shale play into an energy success story, where crude production surged from 274,000 barrels per day in January 2011 to 673,000 in January 2013. Pipelines are full to capacity as they transport Bakken crude to refineries across the country. Crude-by-rail traffic has gone through the ...

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A week in Oil Boom Country

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WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA—I had zero cell-phone service when I landed in Bismarck. I know this state is mostly rural, but how was I supposed to know Sprint doesn’t operate here? Two hours, $183, and one new cheap smartphone later (thanks, Radio Shack!), I was on the road for an almost four-hour drive to Williston, the heart of America’s oil boom. ...

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