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Welcome to! This site is to help those find where the current rigs in North Dakota are located by name and Latitude & Longitude.

Whether you are a driver, a hauler, a dispatcher, or a hand, there is always the question: “Where is that rig/ well located?”. This site is intended to help those trying to locate an oil rig¬†or well by providing directions or a map to the desired site.

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  • Now Available: Magnolia Petroleum Plc (MAGP) - Oil & Gas - Deals and Alliances Profile

    Magnolia Petroleum Plc is an oil and gas production company. The company acquires, exploits, and develops oil and gas properties in the US.

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  • PBS Newshour Weekend

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    A milestone for North Dakota's push to be the leader in unmanned aerial aircraft technology. Officials unveiled the first UAS made in the state.

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