Saturday, September 1, 2012

Week 35: August 26, 2012 -- September 1, 2012

Bakken Operations
The Bakken: a trillion bbl reserve; 45 billion recoverable bbls
ONEOK to build fifth natural gas processing plant, Garden Creek II
The QEP deal
Update on Schlumberger's Hiway fracking technology
Where the Bakken is headed
Random observation: where the Bakken is headed
High cost for wells: an explanation
The NDIC dockets: September
How accurate are well files: the case of the missing lateral
Oasis moving to pad drilling; less ceramic
Three incredible BEXP Strobeck wells
Clearbrook, MN: Bakken's Cushing?
Water, fracking, and other myths

Crude By Rail
Savage announces completion of its Trenton double-track CBR facility
Dickinson facility expanding
Statoil to lease > 1,000 rail cars to ship oil

Area Economic Development
Buffalo Wild Wings coming to Williston
Dickinson's new fracking water plant, aka water treatment plant
Minot airport new terminal, improvements: plans move along
Japanese conglomerate to build grain elevate in North Dakota
Fertilizer plant site selected: Jamestown, ND
Business climate: Minnesota vs North Dakota

International Energy
Lukoil production drops
Australia suspends fracking

For Investors Only (see disclaimer)
Chevron's  hoard of cash spurs deal talk
Multiple links; including "The Street's" remarkable error
Chesapeake's cash crunch
For those who think NOG is overpriced

For archival purposes
History of mergers and acquisitions during the Bakken boom
The map of the United States -- The US State Department

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