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Bakken investments equal gold

oil gold

If you’re a real estate developer and you’re not considering options in western North Dakota, you’re missing out on a $1 billion construction market, says Jeff Zarling, president of Williston, N.D.-based Dawa Solutions Group. Building permit valuations last year in the Bakken’s three hub communities — Williston, Minot and Dickinson — totaled more than $1 billion with millions of dollars ...

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President Obama absent from North Dakota

Obama

DICKINSON, N.D.—North Dakota is like an overachieving child who attracts the attention of everyone—except Dad. The oil boom taking over western North Dakota and transforming America’s energy landscape has prompted visits from people around the world—Germany, Turkey, Japan, Dubai, and elsewhere—to see what they can learn and how they can benefit. President Obama, however, has not visited the state since ...

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Abraxas Petroleum closes sale of non-operated Bakken assets; makes additional annoucements

Abraxas

SAN ANTONIO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Abraxas Petroleum Corporation (AXAS) is pleased to provide an operational update, announce the closing of the Company’s non-operated Bakken asset sale and provide an activity, CAPEX and production guidance update. Operational Update In McKenzie County, North Dakota, Abraxas successfully remediated the sand plug on the Lillibridge 4H. The Lillibridge 4H, producing from the Three Forks, is currently producing 1,436 boepd (1,112 barrels of ...

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One-on-One with Harold Hamm

Harold Hamm

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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