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U.S. Oil Production on the Rise – ND Leads the Pack

by Kenneth E. DuBose on January 31, 2012

U.S. oil production has experienced a more than 30% decline over the past 50 years. Compared to natural gas that has blossomed since the dawn of the boom in the Barnett Shale, that’s a stark difference. The primary reason for the delay is oil is just beginning to bear the fruit of technology application. From […]

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EIA – Shale Oil Production Coming

by Kenneth E. DuBose on July 11, 2011

The EIA estimates technically recoverable U.S. shale oil reserves are over 24 billion barrels or enough to fuel our needs for 7 years. What I find interesting is that some industry proponents like Harold Hamm of Continental Resources think that the Bakken alone holds 24 billion barrels of oil equivalent. If that’s the case, expect […]

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North Dakota Industrial Commission Production Rules

by Kenneth E. DuBose on December 8, 2009

Editorial piece from the Bismark Tribune discussing the new oil production rules proposed by the NDIC. [Read More]

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