Saturday, July 19, 2014

Week 29: July 13, 2014 -- July 19, 2014

Top story of the month
Whiting to acquire KOG for $3.8 billion; no cash premium; all stock deal
More on the Whiting-KOG deal

Top story of the week
North Dakota sets new production record; second consecutive month greater than 1 million bopd
Director's Cut for May, 2014 data

The boom is here to stay -- at least through 2100; five generations of roughnecks
Bakken recoverable oil: 100 billion bbls places it at double Spraberry/Wolfcamp (Permian)
KOG reports several nice Koala wells
BR with another gusher in Corral Creek
Lease sales in Towner County
Bloomberg impressed with North Dakota production in May
Whiting reports high background gas at the Mork Farms Wells in Pleasant Hill oil field
A new field in the Bakken? The Aquarium (Newfield)
ONEOK to build 7th natural gas gathering and processing plant in Williston Basin

New CBR rules will stifle Bakken production

Bakken economy
Taxable sales and purchases: Williston still leads -- by a huge margin
First time ever: oil beats King Ag in North Dakota
Legacy Fund to receive largest infusion to date 
The male migration: comparing the Bakken boom with other booms
Update on Williston Crossing
Menards, Home Depot in Williston, an update
The Williston Wire: Tom Rolfstad retires; Home Depot to open in Williston
Taxable sales and purchases across the state; Williston still leads by a large margin
North Dakota: one of eight states not at risk for major earthquake (despite all that fracking)
The Permian: huge; new lease on life due to "Bakken" technology
Global investment in "green" energy fell a whopping 12% in 2013 as incentives blew away
EU at risk of losing 30 million jobs to US shale revolution

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