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News around the Area!

These past couple weeks there has been articles in the news on topics that relate to the issue identity in the Vision West Regional Plan. Below is a variety of topics from the Vision West Regional Plan that have been present in the news. 336 more words

Oil permits in Fort Berthold to increase

Last week the United States Senate passed legislation with the goal of accelerating the process used to approve North Dakota oil and gas drilling permits. The legislation is called the BLM Management Permit Processing Improvement Act. 128 more words

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Quantum Energy partners to develop multiple refineries in the Bakken

Quantum Energy Inc. has entered into a strategic alliance with Bilfinger Westcon Inc. to build multiple diesel refineries throughout the Bakken region. The facilities will also include a natural gas liquids stripping capacity of 100,000 barrels per day.“This Strategic Alliance was created by the signing of a joint development agreement that will see to develop up to five 21st Century clean energy centers that will each include a 20,000 barrel per day diesel refinery,” said Andrew Kacic, Quantum CEO. 156 more words

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Torrent Energy Services Partners with CSL Capital Management

Torrent Energy Services, LLC “Torrent” and CSL Capital Management “CSL” are pleased to announce they executed definitive agreements that will provide Torrent with growth capital to accelerate its business plan. 189 more words

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More good stuff on the Bakken - 9/26

Here’s a few quick notes on interesting news that I won’t cover in a separate post: cost of Bakken wells going up, short-term production drop and long-term increase. 341 more words

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"Setting Sights on Vision West ND Regional Plan"

In the Fall 2014 issue of BASIN BITS a Publication of the ND Association of Oil & Gas Producing Counties. The feature article on page 71 is “Setting Sights on Vision West ND Regional Plan,” by Kim Babij-Gesell. 69 more words

Dayton Asks For Added ND Oil Train Safety

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton wants added safety measures for oil trains leaving North Dakota.

Dayton made the request Tuesday in a letter to North Dakota Gov. 124 more words

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