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N.D. oil, gas production sets more records

9,900 producing wells reaches preliminary all-time high

December 14, 2013

BISMARCK – North Dakota’s oil and gas production has reached preliminary all-time highs. In October, the state produced a preliminary all-time high of 941,637 barrels a day or about 29....

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takkak

Dec-14-13 11:48 AM

If schools were given money from.state who would complain or sue? We ain't gonna sue ourselves for doing it. I say just give the money, build the schools and do what's right.

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Legend

Dec-14-13 10:05 AM

Lynn Helms wages should b paid by oil. No drilling on Fed Grasslands--they drill alongside it just like Sakakawea, and then leak, spill and pollute it from the outside.

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ronaldo

Dec-14-13 9:41 AM

Two comments.

1.The State is not very good period at using this Huge income to serve the people who live here. Need I mention Alaska which gives every resident two checks yearly as a part of the Oil revenue.(Similar population ) There should be No need for the Schools to have to come to the local citizens for money when the State has a Gigantic Glut of stashed Ca$h !

2.Present the case to the Legislature; if it's legit the matter should be resolved favorably.

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takkak

Dec-14-13 12:22 AM

awesome, more money for schools, soon as they pass amendment.

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