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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Petroleum Council BISMARCK ND Throughout the past few months members of the North Dakota Petroleum Council have donated more than 3 5 million in financial and in kind contributions to flood relief efforts across the state of North Dakota The oil and gas industry has a significant presence in North Dakota and our members are dedicated to positively impacting the communities where they live and work said Ron Ness president of the Petroleum Council Our industry also felt the impact of this spring s flood but in true North Dakota spirit industry members stepped up to the plate to help people in these communities A portion of this money came from supporting events held throughout the month of September including the Bring Back the Magic Minot telethon and the Sanctuary from the Souris charity golf tournament in Denver There was also a Black Eyed Peas concert at the State Fairgrounds in Minot to raise money for local flood victims Petroleum Council member companies that made contributions include Badlands Power Fuels B J Kadrmas Brigham Exploration ConocoPhillips Denbury Resources Diamond B Oil Field Trucking Dickinson API Chapter Enbridge Pipelines ND Enerplus Resources Enviro Shield Products EOG Resources ExxonMobil XTO Energy Halliburton

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    over 1 500 new wells to gas plants Even with these significant continuous efforts and as the Bakken continues to expand into new areas infrastructure development will naturally lag behind newly drilled wells one logically following the other And in North Dakota unlike development in places like Texas and Oklahoma brutal winters bring even more challenges to us The Bakken produces both oil and natural gas The natural gas is flared until infrastructure is built to gather and process it all under the regulation of the state In addition general infrastructure development by industry is based on a determination that a well is in fact economically viable prior to investing in infrastructure in and around that specific well Our roads and towns are certainly busier with increased energy development but this activity will result in quicker infrastructure development and ultimately a significant reduction in natural gas flaring The natural gas flared in North Dakota comprises about 4 of the value of the production and about 7 of the BTU S the wells are producing If you produce a barrel of oil from the Bakken you have 80 worth of oil and roughly 6 worth of gas North Dakota s tremendous growth of home grown domestic energy is possible because we are able to begin production of oil in advance of the gas gathering systems and gas pipelines being completed often a natural course in resource development No one wants to capture the value of the natural gas more than the operators so they work hard with industry partners to get the necessary infrastructure in place as quickly as possible There are four key elements to the natural gas flaring discussion North Dakota has rules and regulations applying to flaring restrictions which were in place long before the Bakken These rules

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Mountain Region became the ninth inductee into the North Dakota Petroleum Council Hall of Fame at the association s 30th Annual Meeting held Sept 20 22 Perry has been a tremendous asset to the North Dakota Petroleum Council and its predecessor organizations over the past twenty years said John Morrison Petroleum Council Hall of Fame member His careful and insightful guidance has helped to lead the industry through both lean years when prices and activity have been low and cycles like the present of relatively high prices and extraordinary levels of activity Pearce began his career in Santa Fe NM where he was an attorney with the firms of Montgomery Andrews and Bigbee Stephenson Carpenter Crout and was also general counsel for the Oil Conservation Division and Energy and Minerals Department for the state In 1992 he left private practice and joined the government affairs department of Burlington Resources Oil Gas Company Pearce was a member of the Petroleum Council s board of directors and executive committee when it was a joint effort of the Rocky Mountain Oil Gas Association and the American Petroleum Institute He was also on the board of directors of RMOGA and was instrumental in the

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Industry News Industry News Petroleum Council Annual Meeting slated for September 20 22 Posted 9 01 11 Thu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 1 2011 North Dakota Petroleum Council BISMARCK ND The 30th Annual Meeting of the North Dakota Petroleum Council membership is slated for September 20 22 in Medora ND The meeting kicks off Tuesday evening with a reception and social at the Harold Schafer Center Topics covered Wednesday at the Medora Community Center include a North Dakota Bakken activity update hydraulic fracturing education efforts interwell pressure communication and Bakken technology J C Watts Jr chairman of JC Watts Companies and former U S Congressman will deliver the keynote address during the industry luncheon Additional agenda topics include a blueprint for western energy prosperity presentations from the Department of Justice and EPA Region 8 Lake Sakakawea area spill response and export capacity The Petroleum Council will also honor the late North Dakota Senator Bob Stenehjem with its Outstanding Public Service Award Larry Dokken Frear Consulting will be awarded the Petroleum Council Service Award and the ninth Petroleum Council Hall of Fame member will be inducted Our industry is developing rapidly and new technology is allowing us to make advancements every

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    s Guide Buyer s Guide Home News Center Industry News Industry News Petroleum Council awards three scholarships Posted 8 17 11 Wed FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 5 2011 North Dakota Petroleum Council BISMARCK ND The North Dakota Petroleum Council recently awarded scholarships to two University of North Dakota students and one North Dakota State University student Recipients of these scholarships for the 2011 2012 school term are Amanda Krieger Darin Slusher and Derek Zander Ron Ness president of the North Dakota Petroleum Council said North Dakota s oil and gas industry is committed to helping our young people develop their skills and interests to create a secure future for our state This scholarship fund allows industry members to show their support for students interested in pursuing careers relating to the development of North Dakota s natural resources Our goal is to help young people see the bright futures they can have in North Dakota where the average oil and gas industry wage is more than 132 percent above the statewide average wage Krieger is a senior at UND pursuing a degree in geological engineering She interns in the oil field as a geology consultant for Neset Consulting Services in Tioga ND After graduation Krieger plans to obtain a master s degree in environmental engineering at UND This is Krieger s second year of being awarded this scholarship Slusher is a junior at NDSU pursuing a degree in geology He is an undergraduate research assistant in paleontology specific to the Antarctic and elemental composition determination using x ray fluorescence analysis After graduation Slusher plans to obtain a master s degree in a geological field Zander is a senior at UND pursuing a degree in geological engineering After graduation he plans to pursue a master s degree in geological engineering All three

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    the help from the State s new budget and other sources of revenue oil country will undergo major reconstruction including road repairs and infrastructure improvements additional gas plants and more pipelines The State s 2011 2013 executive budget proposal plans to spend a total of 371 million from the Permanent Oil Tax Trust Fund for state county and township road construction and maintenance in the 17 oil producing counties Additionally the oil industry has made tremendous improvements to help ease traffic risks for everyone Recent investment in pipelines and the Stanley Rail System have allowed for a more effective means of transporting the oil thus reducing the number of semi trailers on the roadways To help educate drivers and keep motorists safe the ProgressZone campaign will focus on the following key messages Pass with Caution Be Patient Slow Down Roads Shared Lives Spared and Buckle Up Every Time Safety of the traveling public is the number one priority of this campaign By following these tips many crashes can be prevented and lives can be saved says Francis Ziegler director of the North Dakota Department of Transportation Drivers may not be accustomed to the higher traffic volumes experienced in western North Dakota and the ProgressZone campaign asks all drivers to be patient and share the road While the expanding oil industry has produced many beneficial results an increase in traffic especially heavy truck traffic has contributed to a number of crashes some of which have included fatalities This has prompted the North Dakota Highway Patrol and other groups to take action in encouraging safety on the roadways This campaign will provide the public with important reminders about safe driving says Colonel James Prochniak Superintendent of the North Dakota Highway Patrol The solution for most of North Dakota s traffic safety issues

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/news/industry_news/oil-country-making-progress-and-moving-forward-safely/ (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    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 Bakken Breakout Summer 2011 Posted 7 06 11 Wed Bismarck Tribune Volume 2 Issue 2 Summer 2011 These stories and

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry News
    Surface Owner Info 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 Bakken Breakout 2011 Posted 12 21 10 Tue Bismarck Tribune December 20 2010 These stories and

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