North Dakota oil and gas production hit two milestones in August. Daily
production exceeded 900,000 barrels of oil and one billion cubic feet of natural
gas for the first time.

The percentage of natural gas flared in August
dropped 1 percent to 29 percent. But the volume of gas flared increased from 9.3
billion cubic feet to 9.4 billion cubic feet during the month. Energy leaders
say an industry task force will meet to discuss reducing the volume of natural
gas that is being flared.

While most of the production numbers were
positive, the recent wet weather in October has halted production. McKenzie
county which has about one third of the state's drilling rigs has had to close
gravel roads to heavy trucks due to conditions. Helms says the closures could
have an impact on production as riggs prepare well pads for the winter.


06/08/2015 10:12pm

Producing more oil reduces gas prices for all country. If we look further in our future we will see the extreme lack of oil and high prices. I think we shouldn't reduce prices but make them higher that motivates people to search for and use alternative energy sources.

10/18/2016 10:29pm

Nice Article

12/07/2016 5:41am

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12/07/2016 6:36am

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01/11/2017 12:33am

its a nice one

03/28/2017 11:44am

The analysis of the oil and gas production shows that the consumption of both is rising rapidly. The thing which is essential today is to produce more energy resources. Thanks for the details.


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