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First off let me clarify - safety does not stink. Still, many in our industry operate under the assumption that safety leaders are either working against them, or at best, are “just doing their job” to keep them safe. Our intentions aside, we have a long way to go until the majority of our w…

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First off let me clarify — safety does not stink. Still, many in our industry operate under the assumption that safety leaders are either working against them, or at best, are “just doing their job” to keep them safe. Our intentions aside, we have a long way to go until the majority of our w…

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The impact of shutting Dakota Access down is “modest and manageable,” Standing Rock Sioux and other tribes said in court documents filed late Friday in round two of their efforts to force DAPL to cease operation.

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If you could picture safety’s role in the industry, chances are you’d picture something like this.

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The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality has been notified of a source water spill resulting from a pipeline leak in Bowman County. The pipeline is operated by Denbury Onshore LLC.

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A Bakken-born nonprofit is already on the leading edge of national efforts to plug old and abandoned oil wells. The Well Done Foundation, started by former Red River Oil manager Curtis Schuck is plugging its fifth well for Earth Day. It's also among stakeholders talking to the Biden administration about how to structure $16 billion in the President's infrastructure proposal.

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Among the proposals floating around at the nation’s capitol right now for dealing with the nation’s orphaned well problem is one from U.S. Senators Kevin Cramer, R-N.D. and Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M. that is attracting support from across the aisles.

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It’s no secret energy production is crucial to North Dakota’s economy. As the state looks into the future, it is essential to understand how the energy landscape is changing. There is significant pressure from the new Presidential administration and states around the nation to only purchase …

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