Protests, legal actions hamper Dakota Access construction

Protests and legal challenges in North Dakota and Iowa are hampering construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which gives Bakken crude access to markets on the East Coast and Gulf Coast.
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Enerplus increases 2016 plans, positions for 2017 in Bakken

Enerplus Corp. spent roughly $30 million in North Dakota during the second quarter of the year. By the end of the fiscal year, the exploration and production company focused on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation plans to increase its work.
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New pipeline report reveals importance to energy transport

The American Petroleum Institute, with the Association of Oil Pipe Lines, has released a new report on oil and gas pipelines, confirming that pipelines continue to be one of the safest ways to transport U.S.-produced energy.
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Mineral rights investment group compares STACK to early Bakken

A Dallas-based mineral asset investment and acquisition firm is forming a new fund focused on the STACK play of Oklahoma based on its belief that the current STACK play is similar to that of the early days of the Bakken.
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Texas study explains impact of inefficient equipment at well site

Chemists at the University of Texas at Arlington say that highly variable contamination events registered in and around unconventional oil and gas developments are linked to operations and not the extraction process itself.
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Bakken U awards more funding to ND students

The Bakken U scholarship program is once again helping current undergraduate students secure their futures in the Bakken. Through the North Dakota University System and the NDUS Foundation, two students earned $5,000.
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