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Workers in the Bakken are getting nervous. Oil prices are free falling, and the lay offs have started. Everyone has a prediction on what will happen, but only time will tell. I will say this: now is not a good … Continue reading
The days are getting longer and warmer, bringing plenty of deep mud. I got the tongs truck stuck before we even left the shop today and had to get pulled out by the loader. April may be a slow month … Continue reading
We had another nice little blizzard the other night, leaving the roads treacherous (I saw more than one Texan in the ditch) and fresh drifts everywhere. I had to climb up about 100 feet in the derricks to retrieve a … Continue reading
It is the best of times and the worst of times out in the North Dakota boom. 1 part The Jungle, I part The Grapes of Wrath, 2 parts Atlas Shrugged. The corporate vultures circle and we pump up the … Continue reading
http://oilpatchdispatch.areavoices.com/2012/11/25/famous-bakken-formation-named-for-north-dakota-homesteaders/ef=” http://oilpatchdispatch.areavoices.com/2012/11/25/famous-bakken-formation-named-for-north-dakota-homesteaders/”>this great article. Mr. Henry Bakken sounds like an excellent man.
No environmental issue is more contentious than the notorious oil production practice of hydraulic fracturing, known as “fracking.” I wanted to do a post to relate what I have seen firsthand. This isn’t a scientific article, so take it “as … Continue reading