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  • Magnolia Petroleum Plc (MAGP) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis ...

    The company acquires, exploits, and develops oil and gas properties in the US. It has interests in about 150 producing properties and over 13,500 net mineral acres in two major project areas, including Bakken shale in North Dakota and the proven Mississippi Lime, Woodford and Hunton formations in Oklahoma.

  • Pickin' up the patch

    Oscar the Grouch, from the show "Sesame Street" and who loves all things trash, would have been in seventh heaven Friday morning as area oil and gas companies helped clean up around Minot. Hess, Enbridge, Eagle Operating Company and Schlumberger were out in various parts of town for the North Dakota Petroleum Council's Pick up the Patch day.

  • Human Remains Discovered May Be Those of Missing Construction Worker

    Dickinson Police say the discovery of human remains at a construction site last night may be those of a missing construction worker. Excavation crews dug up the remains along with clothing on Fourth Street.

  • Core Bakken assets remain economical despite low oil prices, says GlobalData analyst

    While the 12 counties with Bakken production between North Dakota and Montana have lost the majority of their horizontal rigs over the last eight months, core areas of the shale play remain attractive, especially as oil prices creep towards $70/bbl, says an analyst with research and consulting firm GlobalData. According to Jonathan Lacouture, GlobalData's Upstream Analyst for Onshore Americas, IP30 rates, which measure a well's average production over its first 30 days of active life, show that there are clear productivity differences between each county.

  • Best of the Dakotas

    Publisher Christy Giago Tibbitts, Editor Ernestine Chasing Hawk, Staff Writer Richie Richards, Sales Manager Kirk Dickerson, and retiring Publisher Tim Giago and General Manager Jackie Giago were all seated high in the auditorium of the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck when a copy of the Native Sun News flashed on the big screen followed by the announcement by Mike Vosburg of the Fargo Forum that the Native Sun News had been selected to receive the Best of the Dakotas newspaper award.

  • New North Dakota oil tax law may threaten accord with tribes

    The Legislature last month passed the measure, which also abolishes some price-based incentives. Three Affiliated Tribes officials said they're not happy with the tax cut because more money is needed to pay for oversight, road repairs and other consequences of oil development.

  • North Dakota officials raise awareness of emerald ash borer

    The beetles have killed millions of ash trees in 25 states, including neighboring Minnesota. North Dakota has about 78 million ash trees that could be at risk if the pest crosses the border.

  • ND Group Provides Help for Trafficked Women

    Human trafficking has been in the headlines a lot lately, as communities in North Dakota deal with the problem. Arrests are up and so are rescues.

  • What Happens to Your Data When You Monitor Your Personal Fitness

    Wearing a fitness bracelet from FitBit, Jawbone, Microsoft, Withings, and others has become increasingly common. About one in ten people in the US now do some sort of fitness monitoring.

  • North Dakota faith leaders tour energy-related fac...

    Over two dozen North Dakota faith leaders have taken a tour of energy-related facilities in the state in an effort to better understand the area's energy boom. Clergy from multiple denominations recently explored a wind farm, coal mine and the oil patch, among other energy-related facilities.

  • New eats on North Hill

    When it comes to places to eat, North Hill residents now have one more name to add to their list of favorite restaurants. And it's close by.

  • Man accused of trafficking in oil patch wants to fire lawyer

    Keith Graves was one of the main subjects in ``The Overnighters,'' which won the special jury award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. It followed a Lutheran pastor who opened his Williston church and parking lot to oil workers with nowhere to stay.

  • Coalition Files Lawsuit Over Flawed Federal Regulations of 'Bomb Trains'

    A train carrying Bakken crude derailed in the town of Lac-MA©gantic, Quebec on July 6, 2013. The explosion and fire that resulted killed 47 people.

  • Meadows Pleads Not Guilty on Human Trafficking Charges

    A Las Vegas woman accused of trafficking a group of teenage girls to North Dakota was in district court today for her arraignment.

  • North Dakota man pleads guilty in killing of Minnesota man

    Twenty-five-year-old Ray Littlewolf Jr., of Devils Lake, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and felony theft in the March death of 64-year-old Ronald Foss near Viking, Minnesota. KFGO radio reports that sentencing is June 16. During his court appearance in Warren on Tuesday, Littlewolf said he and Foss met at a Grand Forks bus station and went to Foss's home.

  • N.D. taxable sales continue growth in 2014

    The Ward County communities of Burlington, Sawyer and Des Lacs share a distinction when it comes to tax collections in North Dakota. The three cities rank among the state's top five communities in the percentage of increase in their taxable sales and purchases in 2014.

  • Check Out ABC's 'Muppets' Revival, Shonda...

    ABC had a rebound year in 2014-15 thanks to a couple of new hits, some smart scheduling and embracing of diversity. Can the network keep it up into 2015-16? Time will tell, but as usual, the network has ordered up a sizable crop of new shows.

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