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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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  • TR would vote - yes' on 5

    I'm amazed at the bashing of "outside special interests" by the opponents of Measure 5. Especially when a huge "outside special interest" the American Petroleum Institute is pouring big money into their efforts to defeat it. Some might call this hypocrisy.

  • North Dakota may allow out-of-state pharmacy ownership

    Out-of-staters can shop at North Dakota pharmacies all they like, but they've never been able to buy one. Voters next month will decide on a ballot measure that would change a state law - the only one of its kind in the country - requiring pharmacies to be majority owned by North Dakotans.

  • Fargo delegation looking to learn from city

    CITY officials from Fargo plan to visit Winnipeg early next week to check out a few things their Red River Valley neighbours do well. Approximately 30 planners, administrators and elected officials -- including four out of five city commissioners, the Fargo version of councillors -- plan to visit The Forks, the Centennial Concert Hall and the Red River Floodway control structure as part of a 24-hour fact-finding mission Monday and Tuesday.

  • Thomas Jensen

    The funeral was Thursday in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Dickinson, for Thomas E. Jensen, 85, of Dickinson, who died Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, in St. Alexius Hospital, Bismarck. Msgr.

  • Area galleries 10-16-14

    The James Memorial Art Center, Williston, will host Open Studio Night every Wednesday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Any adult who enjoy arts and crafts as a hobby or profession has an opportunity to work in an art studio atmosphere, free from distractions, on your own art projects. Learn from other artists' experiences and expertise.

  • Forget oil, there's a baby boom in North Dakota

    As North Dakota's oil boom rages on, the droves of job seekers who have flocked to the state over the past few years are finally moving their spouses to the area and settling down. The 10,591 babies born in North Dakota last year was up 33% from a decade earlier and was the highest number since the state's last oil boom in 1986.

  • 2 women arrested in North Dakota in fraud case

    Police Chief Fred Thompson tells KOVC-AM the women were arrested following a report that the pair tried to cash a stolen check in Valley City. Authorities say the Valley City bank teller tried to keep the women busy waiting for police to arrive, but the women fled the bank's drive-thru.

  • North Dakota's $4bn petrochemical plant should help reduce natural gas flaring

    What are the forces moving the Minnesota economy? Adam Belz tries to identify the trends and show the connections between Minnesota and the larger U.S. and global economies. You can connect with him on Twitter: @adambelz The raw material for the new petrochemical plant proposed in North Dakota will be ethane that comes from natural gas, a resource North Dakota has struggled to effectively handle in the oil boom.

  • Slow gains in rail grain shipping

    CP reported it had 1,771 open requests with an average wait of 3.57 weeks. Last week, CP reported 2,327 open requests in North Dakota with an average wait of 5.23 weeks.

  • Dalrymple: N.D. leads in turning energy into value

    North Dakota is the "national powerhouse" when it comes to turning its vast energy resources into value for the state, Gov. Jack Dalrymple said. Dalrymple and other high-ranking state officials addressed the Great Plains and Empower North Dakota Energy Conference, highlighting the billions of dollars in investments made in a state at the heart of the shale oil and gas boom .

  • 'Supernatural' Recap: Sam and Dean's Unhappy Reunion

    It's best to view the first two episodes of Supernatural season 10 as a full, two-hour premiere. While last week's premiere left a lot of unanswered questions, this week things get back on track.

  • More

    We are in the midst of election season and money is rolling in to support issues and candidates. You might be questioning where the money coming from? Valley News Live dove into the numbers to see how much money and whose donating to one of the most controversial measures; Measure 5. Measure 5 will take 5% from the oil extraction tax and place it in a state conservation fund if voted in.

  • $4B invested into plant

    Gov. Jack Dalrymple announced Monday that Badlands NGL is investing a record $4 billion to build a plant that will turn ethane into polyethylene. Badlands NGL hopes to have engineering work done this year with construction to begin in 2015 and the plant completed in 2017.

  • ND--North Dakota News Digest 6 pm, ND

    Here's a look at AP's general news coverage in North Dakota at 6 p.m. Questions about coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to News Editor Carson Walker at 332-3111 or Regina Garcia Cano is on the desk, followed by Blake Nicholson.

  • Company plans $4B plastic factory in North Dakota

    A company says it plans to build a $4 billion in factory in North Dakota that will convert natural gas liquids into plastic. Badlands NGL President William Gilliam , Gov. Jack Dalrymple and Sen. John Hoeven announced the project on Monday at the state Capitol in Bismarck.

  • Con-way Freight doubles their investment in Minot, N.D.

    In the ever expanding trucking and freight industry throughout North Dakota, Con-way Freight, a subsidiary of Con-way Inc., a Fortune 500 company, recently expanded their Minot facility. First established in Minot in 1991, Con-way Freight began with a small parking lot operation that transported goods between Regina, Sask., and Fargo.

  • ND agriculture commissioner contest more about oil

    North Dakota's contest for agriculture commissioner once focused largely on which candidate was more of a farmer. But as the state's energy-driven prosperity grows, the job increasingly has become more about harvesting oil.

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