Because of high school and college graduations, as well as out-of-town guests, I may not get "top stories of the week" completed this weekend. And blogging in general may be less than usual.
Top story of the week:
- Joe Biden is still president.
- Colonial Pipeline shutdown by hackers;
- ADM to build North Dakota's first-ever dedicated soybean crushing plant and refinery;
Top international non-energy story:
- Israel and Hamas go at it again, on Israel's 73rd birthday.
Top national non-energy story:
Top North Dakota non-energy story:
ADM to build North Dakota's first-ever dedicated soybean crushing plant and refinery;
Top North Dakota energy story:
- North Dakota crude oil production back over 1.1 million bopd;
- month-over-month: crude oil production up about 2.3%;
- rig count up 20% year-over-year;
Geoff Simon's top North Dakota energy stories:
- Hess with permits for two more Manitou oil field permits;
- Hess: one of the few operators reporting "actual" IPs on time; and, here;
- The MRO Wolf-Fox pad wells appear to have been drilled to depth, not completed;
- Is Zavanna bringing the Stony Creek Shepard wells back on line?
- The MRO Got pad in Bailey oil field updated;
- A closer look at three CLR Simmental Federal DUCs reported last week;
- A CLR Sakakawea Federal well goes over 500K bbls crude oil in two years;
- A closer look at the monster well Petro-Hunt is bringing back on line;
- A decade-old Petro-Hunt well in the Charlson taken off line; was trending toward 1.75 million bbls crude oil;