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Top 5 Bakken stories of the week

In case you missed them, here are the top five stories from Bakken.com for the week of July 25th through July 31st. Enjoy! 5. ND oil patch county cracks down on new crew camps WILLISTON, N.D. — The Williams County Commission has adopted new rules that are intended to phase out temporary housing, including crew camps, RV and trailer parks ...

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Stanley City Council hears refinery proposal

This month, the city council of Stanley, North Dakota, was presented with a building proposal for a new diesel fuel refinery. Quantum Energy and Bilfinger/Westcon are developing plans to build refineries in the North Dakota towns of Stanley and Berthold as well as the Montana communities of Baker and Fairview, according to a report by the Mountrail County Promoter. City ...

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Billings no longer refinery site

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Earlier this year Quantum Energy Inc. announced that they were planning on building a refinery in Billings, Montana. However, a few days ago the Billings Gazette announced that the project has been cancelled. The company still plans to build diesel refineries in the Bakken area. Sites that are included in Quantum’s plan include Stanley, Baker and Fairview North Dakota. The ...

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After big splash, not a trickle of news about new Billings refinery plans

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More than a month after floating plans for a new oil refinery in Billings, Arizona-based Quantum Energy hasn’t been in touch with Yellowstone County commissioners. Commissioner John Ostlund said he hasn’t heard from Quantum since Aug. 19, when CEO Andrew Kacic said Quantum wowed commissioners with talk of a $500 million Billings refinery to convert Bakken crude into diesel fuel. ...

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Billings area may see a new refinery

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Zachary Toliver | Shale Plays Media A new refinery site billed at around $500 million is being proposed for the Billings Montana area. According to the Montana Standard, the new refinery center would bring in Bakken crude to refine the petroleum into diesel fuel. Surrounding facilities would also cultivate propane, butane and other lighter fuel products from the Bakken crude ...

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