Today, it turns out, is National Fossil Day, aka: a day in which all of western North Dakota says a collective: “thank you.”
Oct 15 (Reuters) – North Dakota’s oil production rose less
than expected in August due to stringent flaring-reduction
standards and sliding oil prices, state regulators said on
While production hit an all-time high, some energy companies
in the second-largest oil-producing state held back in order to
connect new wells to equipment that could process natural gas, a
costly step mandated by new regulations.