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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    ProgressZone Pick Up the Patch Easement Information Center Resources Mediation Bakken Gear Documents Al Golden Scholarship Jobs Bakken Map Conservation Bakken Crude Properties Members Become a Member Committee Sign Up Oil PAC News Clipping Service Legislative Action Center Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home News Center Industry News Industry News 1 in 7 private sector jobs tied to oil gas Industry accounts for 28 5 percent of wages Posted 7 31 14 Thu By Mike Nowatzki BISMARCK North Dakota s thriving oil and gas industry accounts for nearly one in seven private sector jobs covered by unemployment insurance according to data that could have a big impact on how tax revenue flows to oil impacted cities counties and school districts A Job Service North Dakota report released Wednesday found that of the state s 359 415 private sector jobs covered by unemployment last year 55 137 jobs or 15 3 percent were either directly involved in or related to oil and gas development Those jobs represented 5 billion of the total 17 5 billion in wages paid to workers counted in the report which didn t include most self employed farmers but still encompassed more than 90 percent of

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/1-in-7-private-sector-jobs-tied-to-oil-gas-industry-accounts-for-285-percent-of-wages-data-could-affect-formula-for-sharing-oil-tax-revenue-on-local-level/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Home News Center Industry News Industry News Stark County has second most oil jobs Posted 7 31 14 Thu By Katherine Lymn Stark County isn t in the highest ranks of oil producing counties but it is for oil related jobs Likely because of companies based in Dickinson Stark County surpassed three of the top four top oil producing counties McKenzie Dunn and Mountrail in raw number of oil and

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/stark-county-has-second-most-oil-jobs/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Up Oil PAC News Clipping Service Legislative Action Center Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home News Center Industry News Industry News Another gas processing plant planned Posted 7 31 14 Thu By Nick Smith The largest natural gas company operating in western North Dakota has announced another major processing plant project that will equal the size of the largest it has planned for construction in the state Tulsa Okla

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/another-gas-processing-plant-planned/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    to be built in the state of North Dakota in over 30 years The Dakota Prairie Refinery is expected to be up and running by December of this year The facility located just west of Dickinson will process 20 000 barrels of oil per day It will produce 7000 barrels a day of diesel fuel in addittion to other fuels Developers with MDU resources say the project has had its challenges but they are set to be online and running by the anticipated date Today as we sit we are roughly 75 complete with the project We ve had a kind of rough patch of weather since we started construction as we said today we are roughly 2 weeks behind schedule but what were going to do when to get that back on track is in late August will probably start working two shifts a night shift in addition to our 6 10 hour days we are working now says John Stumpf with MDU Resources Official say finding skilled workers for the facility has been easier than expected When operational the refinery will employ about 90 workers Hiring managers have already filled 70 of the positions with workers who have

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/dakota-prairie-refinery-on-track-to-be-completed-by-december/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    2014 McKenzie County Farmer Watford City Stanley traffic signals permanent Infrastructure needs have kept the city of Stanley busy for the past several years and this summer is no exception Work on two of the projects continued last week with some very visible signs of progress New traffic signals went up at the intersection of U S Highway 2 and Fourth Street Southwest The permanent signals will be in place to provide safe crossing to the Westview Plaza development south of U S Highway 2 Traffic was backed up part of the morning as the framework was put in place Similar permanent structures also will be installed at the intersection of U S Highway 2 and N D Highway 8 on the other entrance into the city Meanwhile crews from Maguire Iron finished putting the final piece on the new water storage tower on the west edge of the city Once painted it will feature the Stanley Blue Jay The new tower is slated to go into service in late August Also ongoing is work on a walking path along Sixth Avenue and Fourth Street Mountrail County Promoter Stanley Divide County plans teacher housing The Divide County School Board wants to build another fourplex to house teachers but the approval of the project is contingent on receiving a 430 000 grant from the state The site of the proposed fourplex is to the northwest of the Northern Lights Villa assisted living complex A bid of 975 000 from Shingobee Builders is the only one the school received We don t have money for that kind of building School Superintendent Sherlock Hirning said If we get more grant money we would have the finances to do it Hirning said the price is far from ideal but the school has reduced the

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/bakken-briefly/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    designating truck routes throughout the city as work continues on the interim bypass running northwest from Interstate 94 to Highway 22 A resolution creating truck routes is expected to go before the commission at its August 18 meeting The bypass directing truck traffic west of the city will become part of the proposed truck route City engineer Craig Kubas said at a commission meeting Monday that he expects the bypass which is just one of several North Dakota Department of Transportation projects underway in western North Dakota could be open to traffic in about six weeks The I 94 business loops 30th Avenue West Interstate 94 and parts of State Avenue South Eighth Street Southwest Ninth Avenue Southeast and Villard Street will be established as truck routes according to the proposed resolution traffic will be diverted around the city and connected to the bypass Highway 22 from Interstate 94 to Broadway Street will remain a no trucks allowed zone The stretch of Highway 22 running south of the interstate saw an average of 465 commercial trucks a day in 2013 according to the DOT and a total annual daily traffic count of 2 720 We hear a fair amount of comment about trucks in general in town Commission President Dennis Johnson said Trucks delivering or picking up materials and merchandise will be able to drive along city roads not part of the designated route but Johnson said that the ordinance will primarily serve to take trucks off of residential roads not meant to carry that much weight When you see a double tank set up going through a residential area you know they re not making a local delivery he said A formal public hearing will be held before the commission acts on the resolution city attorney Matt Kolling said

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/new-routes-for-trucks-dickinson-commission-looks-to-designate-roads-for-oilfield-traffic/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    said We will be constructing one of our largest programs in state history with over 500 million being bid out this year in western North Dakota alone Phase One of the four lane Highway 85 project from Watford City to County Road 16 is projected to be complete by fall 2014 Currently speeds have been reduced while road work continues Phase Two of this project from County Road 16 to Williston including the Lewis Clark Bridge was put out for bid on July 15 The highway portion of Phase Two is scheduled for completion in 2015 But the Lewis Clark Bridge isn t slated for completion until 2016 Prior to awarding the contract the NDDOT will conduct a general review that includes analyzing project cost numbers and checking bond capabilities Pizza explained Pending a successful outcome the contract will be awarded and executed within a two to three week period As of last week the apparent low bid for the Lewis Clark Bridge was 66 3 million submitted by the Texas Johnson Brothers Corp And the apparent high bid was 79 million submitted by the Wisconsin based Lunda Construction Co according to Pizza For the remainder of the Highway 85 project Phase Two Minnesota s Central Specialties apparent low bid was 36 million and Northern Improvement Co of Fargo s apparent high bid was 43 million Pizza said Overall the four lane Highway 85 project is estimated at 300 million We are happy to be able to move forward on this project to enhance traffic movement in the Williston area NDDOT Director Grant Levi stated Other projects in McKenzie County that are slated for completion by the end of the year include the Watford City Southeast Bypass the Watford City Southwest Bypass and the Alexander Bypass The Southeast Bypass extends

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/four-laning-of-highway-85-from-watford-to-alexander-to-be-completed-by-fall/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Properties Members Become a Member Committee Sign Up Oil PAC News Clipping Service Legislative Action Center Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home News Center Industry News Industry News North Dakota Expects Big Surge in Summer Crude Output Posted 7 15 14 Tue By Dan Murtaugh North Dakota the second largest oil producing state in the U S expects output to surge through the summer as more benign weather gives

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/north-dakota-expects-lsquobig-surgersquo-in-summer-crude-output/ (2016-05-01)
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