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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Bakken Gear
    Become a Member Committee Sign Up Oil PAC News Clipping Service Legislative Action Center Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home Resources Bakken Gear BAKKEN GEAR Get your BAKKEN gear iGEAR is the official vendor of the Bakken Gold Bakken Rocks and Bakken Beyond trademarks They carry t shirts sweatshirts caps beanies bags lanyards bumper stickers and much more You can also co brand your company logo with any of

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Documents
    to the Petroleum Council click on the links below Fact Sheets BLM Flaring and Venting Rule Provides outline of the BLM proposed rule on venting and flaring including impacts to state tax revenues and royalty revenues Flaring Fact Sheet Provides outline on flaring in North Dakota and the challenges and solutions to capturing more natural gas Other Documents North Dakota Oil Gas Tax White Paper This document outlines North Dakota s oil and gas tax structure as of June 1 2015 I ntitial Findings Bakken Crude Quality Assurance Study The intial findings of the Bakken Crude Quality Assurance Study were presented Tuesday May 20 2014 This document outlines these findings Click here for a copy of the presentation Bakken By the Numbers previously Facts Figures This document contains production development employment tax and other North Dakota oil and gas industry statistics We try to update it around the 15th of every month so be sure to check back for the most recent edition This version is for digital use or printed use free of charge 2013 Economic Impact Study A study by North Dakota State University found that the petroleum industry contributed 43 billion to the state s economy in 2013 and supported a total of 80 000 jobs statewide View the full study or fact sheet to see how the industry has impacted you Full Study Fact Sheet NDSU Presentation of Results March 10 2015 2011 Economic Impact Study This is a report on the economic impact the oil and gas industry had on North Dakota in 2011 A summary of the findings can be found here 2009 Economic Impact Study This is a report on the economic impact the oil and gas industry had on North Dakota in 2009 2007 Economic Impact Study This is a report on

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Al Golden Memorial Scholarship
    and wastewater and instrumentation and control at a North Dakota college university or have work internship experience in the oil and gas industry have a GPA of 3 0 or higher and have completed at least 12 hours in geology earth science geological petroleum engineering chemistry math or safety remain a full time student for the fall semester of 2016 and the spring semester of 2017 To apply for the scholarship applicants must SUBMIT the following college transcripts a one page essay on career plans in their chosen major a letter of reference reflecting on the student s general character work eithic etc from a college professor and full contact information name address email phone number name of institution and student ID number Send applications to NDPC Al Golden Scholarship Fund Attn Brittany Jasper PO Box 1395 Bismarck ND 58502 Please contact Brittany Rud with any questions at brittany ndoil org or 701 223 6380 Application for the 2016 2017 school year will open January 1 2016 DEADLINE Applications must be postmarked by April 1 2016 2015 Al Golden Memorial Scholarship Recipients Kayleigh Alme is a freshmen student at North Dakota State University where she is pursuing a degree in geology The Bismarck native graduated from Century High School in 2014 as valedictorian She was a member of the Dean s List during the fall semester of 2014 After graduation Kayleigh hopes to be part of North Dakota s energy industry Ashley Bohrer will be receiving her associates degree from BSC and then transferring to the University of North Dakota to continue her education Last summer Ashley interned with the City of Bismarck s Engineering Department After graduation she hopes to find employment in the energy industry in North Dakota William Billy Eerdmans is a senior attending UND William is majoring in petroleum engineering and has been elected twice as the Society of Petroleum Engineers president on campus This summer Billy worked as a drilling intern for Continental Resources in Oklahoma City In the future he hopes to gain experience in North Dakota s premiere unconventional oil and gas plays and he is also interested in the infrastructural challenges brought forth by the oil and gas renaissance in North Dakota Gabriel Ferragut is a junior at NDSU pursuing degrees in both physics and geology and minoring in mathematics He hopes to use these skills in attending graduate school and working in geophysics and teaching He loves the outdoors as most students of geology do and is a passionate fisherman and general angler Steven Giesler was born and raised on a farm near Kulm North Dakota Throughout his youth he was interested in geology mathematics and school design projects This lead him to North Dakota State University where he is now a junior specializing in geotechnical engineering He has worked hard to maintain academic excellence making the Dean s List each semester and undertaking research for the NDSU Civic and Environmental Engineering Department He looks forward to a summer internship with

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Industry Jobs
    Up Oil PAC News Clipping Service Legislative Action Center Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home Resources Industry Jobs Oil Industry Jobs NORTH DAKOTA OIL JOBS This encompassing website allows hiring companies to post job openings for the North Dakota area The website also includes information on different recreational residential healthcare and day to day needs that may accompany job openings Be sure to read the About section for directions on applying for posted openings JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA This website lists job opening opportunities in North Dakota Information is available to help find a job obtain resources on finding employment find veteran service information develop a network and learn more about unemployment insurance Contact Job Service ND for more info at 701 328 2825 PO Box 5507 Bismarck ND 58506 5507 USA MIDWEST OIL JOBS This website offers links and useful tools for locating a potential oil job in the Upper Midwest WILLISTONLIFE COM With more than 200 oil companies and counting Williston ND is the place to look when seeking a career in the oil industry Willistonlife com provides a hassle free job search experience with up to date listings and simple one click access to employment postings

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Bakken Drilling Map
    Environmental Research Center EERC in Grand Forks North Dakota Monday through Friday 8 00 a m to 4 00 p m only No shipments will take place on weekends or holidays You must complete the form below and make a payment via PayPal for your order to be processed If you exit before you ve completed this process any information you ve entered will be lost If you have questions or issues with your order please contact EERC at bakkenoil undeerc org or 1 701 777 5274 Included with your order will be a complimentary 2014 Regional Drilling Activity in the Bakken Petroleum System map while supplies last If you do not want to receive this map you can opt out in the form below Bakken Order Form Bakken Drilling Map Quantity Please Select 1 10 2 15 3 20 4 25 5 30 6 35 7 40 8 45 9 50 10 55 11 60 12 65 13 70 14 75 15 80 16 85 17 90 18 95 19 100 20 105 25 130 30 155 35 180 40 205 45 230 50 255 I wish to receive a complimentary 2014 map with my order if available Yes No Prefix Please Select Mr Ms Mrs Dr First Name Last Name Title Company Web Site Street Address Street Address line 2 City State Province Country Please Select USA Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Anguilla Antarctica Antigua And Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Cocos Keeling Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo the Democratic Republic of

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Conservation Resources
    for wildlife Hunting fishing and the outdoors are an important part of our North Dakota heritage and our companies are committed to protecting our rich land and wildlife resources through the responsible development of our oil and natural gas Advancements in technologies like horizontal drilling allow companies to develop more oil and gas while reducing impact on the land but there are several other tools companies can use to help minimize impacts on North Dakota wildlife and its habitats We encourage our members to learn more about the tools below and incorporate them into their everyday practices GIS Overlay Maps The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has developed geographic information systems maps of habitats for key species in North Dakota to assist companies in considering potential impacts on wildlife in permitting siting and operations Companies interested in receiving digital copies of these maps and learning more about how they can reduce impacts to wildlife and habitats should contact the Game and Fish Department here Recommended Best Practices This is a compilation of recommendations developed by the North Dakota Petroleum Council and the North Dakota Game and Fish Department for use in reducing oil gas exploration and production impacts to

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Bakken Crude Properties
    than 73 degrees Fahrenheit which is within normal range The Initial Boiling Point IBP generally averaged between 95 degrees and 100 degrees Fahrenheit which is within normal range for a light crude oil using ASTM D86 The light ends concentration of Bakken crude was between three and nine percent with five percent being the typical concentration The qualities of Bakken were very consistent within the sample population and throughout the supply chain from wellhead to rail terminal to refining destination Test results showed no evidence of spiking with Natural Gas Liquids NGLs before rail shipment These specifications demonstrate Bakken crude meets the standards to be transported by DOT 111 cars and newer design railcars the type of car used in the same for both Packing Group I and Packing Group II material transport Bakken Field Operations Recommended Best Practices In addition to reinforcing the preliminary findings presented in May the final report also outlined Field Operations Recommended Best Practices to ensure consistent operation of field treating equipment Bakken crude oil quality and testing procedures and shipping classification Field Treating Equipment in an effort to standardize light ends in crude oil presented for market Design and operate all equipment within manufacturers recommended operating limits Operate Gas Liquid Separator if utilized at the lowest pressure to accommodate gas sales and fluid delivery to the Emulsion Separator Heater Treater Operate Emulsion Separator Heater Treater pressure to the lowest operating pressure to safely accommodate gas sales and fluid delivery to the production tank battery Maintain all fired treating equipment Emulsion Heater Treater etc temperature between 90 and 120 F year round Provide maximum tank settling time possible prior to shipment Reduce stock tank pressure to lowest pressure possible to maintain vapor collection equipment engineered flare vapor recovery etc operational integrity Established Typical Bakken BKN Specifications ranges reflect expected seasonality Range Typical API Gravity hydrometer at 60 F 35 to 45 42 Vapor Pressure ASTM D6377 100 F 8 to 15 psi 11 5 psi Initial Boiling Point ASTM D86 90 F to 105 F 95 F Sulfur 0 3 0 15 H2S 10 ppm 1 ppm Light Ends C2 C4s 3 to 9 5 BKN refers to light sweet crude aggregated at rail and pipeline terminals within the Williston Basin This crude is predominantly sourced from the Bakken common source of supply but also includes legacy production from various other producing formations located within the proximity of the Bakken field BKN does not include nonstabilized condensate recovered from wet gas gathering pipelines or from product derived outside the U S Williston Basin Individual well values may be higher or lower than the aggregated values observed at the rail terminals Testing Procedures Well Site Operators Purchasers Prior to each custody transfer or LACT EOM API gravity corrected to 60 F using hydrometer Basic Sediment Water BS W by field centrifugal grind out Spot test vapor pressure pending available field testing equipment Rail Pipeline Terminal Operators Test each unit train loading or tank shipment batch API

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Ad Hoc Committee Sign-up
    to take advantage of its members expertise and encourages those interested to volunteer for the effort of developing our industry presence The intent of establishing ad hoc committees is to provide a resource of technical knowledge and expertise used to analyze issues that arise in industry related areas The committees will serve as a resource for the Petroleum Council to utilize in addressing complex issues and providing guidance to the Petroleum Council on key issues To become a committee member fill out the fields below and submit your information You must be a voting member of the North Dakota Petroleum Council to serve on ad hoc committees Communication Committee This committee will be responsible for promoting the Petroleum Council s message and assisting in communication efforts such as advertising selecting topics for the Tidbits newsletter and making use of social media devices to share timely information Members will also report on ways to expand the Petroleum Council s presence through various mediums including print radio television and the Internet Outreach Committee This committee will provide the leadership and vision for community outreach and continued development of our Oil Can program Regulatory Committee This committee will review regulatory and legal issues relating to oil and gas development and make recommendations to the Petroleum Council Executive Committee on key issues The committee will also develop comment letters and position statements on regulatory and legal issues for the Petroleum Council Safety Committee This committee will work with key entities in North Dakota to improve industry efforts in all areas of safety including transportation well site safety public outreach etc Tribal Lands Committee This committee will work with tribal and regulatory officials on key issues relating to oil and gas development on tribal lands Truck Permits Weights Committee This committee will address issues relating

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