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“The Future Is Still Incredibly Bright”

“The Future Is Still Incredibly Bright”

“More than two years after the state’s unprecedented oil bonanza fizzled to a lull, North Dakota — the nation’s No. 2 oil producer behind Texas — is experiencing a sort of boomlet that has pushed daily production back above 1 million barrels daily,” the Associated Press reported recently. “There is a long-term optimism that was

Rob Lindberg: Slowing Down Oil Boom Would Hurt Entire State

For years, the word “slowdown” has been thrown around. It might come from media outlets opposed to flaring, an environmentalist concerned about impacts, or, more understandably so, a western resident longing for times before the Bakken. What makes the idea of a slowdown so concerning? Unlike previous drilling and exploration in the Williston Basin, the