EVERYDAY GOURMET Snow day/Spa day!
So my plan for the day changed slightly when school was cancelled, but we are making the most of it...the boys are playing policemen and hockey while I am playing mini spa day! I know that this is not... Posted on 1/22/14 at 2:49 PM
4 MY FUTURE - CAREER AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT Location, Location, Location...
As with many other categories, your salary and career options can vary dramatically depending on where you are. That is true on a national level as well as a state level; especially if that state is N... Posted on 4/22/13 at 9:49 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Real Oilfield Wives and more new blogs!
It's been awhile since I've given you my recommendations for new blogs to check out here on Areavoices. But three new blogs have crossed my path and I felt compelled to share them.
The first is calle... Posted on 3/13/13 at 4:01 PM
COMPASS POINTS Meeting regarding Killdeer Mountain and State Trust lands
Anne Marguerite Coyle, a biological consultant and researcher for the N.D. Golden Eagle Project, sent out a news release Thursday encouraging conservation-minded people in western North Dakota to atte... Posted on 1/10/13 at 10:28 AM
MEDORA, ND -– Continental Resources will submit a plan to clean up a pipeline leak that spilled about 560 barrels of saltwater in the Badlands about 10 miles south of here, the North Dakota Department of Health said.
BISMARCK –- Oilfield waste treatment facilities like the one approved in Dunn County by the North Dakota Industrial Commission on Monday could face greater scrutiny in the future as county officials consider revising their zoning ordinance to address such projects.
PERHAM, MN -– Every day, as many as 10 oil trains a day leave North Dakota and six to eight travel through Minnesota. They pass through places like Perham, a town of 3,000 about 65 miles southeast of the Fargo-Moorhead area, in the heart of lakes country.
ALEXANDER, N.D. -- The North Dakota Department of Health has doubled the initial estimate of an oil spill Thursday in McKenzie County, now saying that 800 barrels leaked from an above-ground section of pipeline because of a gasket failure.
People in North Dakota's oil patch are looking to the eastern part of the state for help this flood season. Oil companies have expressed interest in the use of Unmanned Aerial Systems to monitor flooding.
More than 40 changes have been made to the North Dakota Oil and Gas administrative code. Most of these changes will effect above-ground oil production. Some of the them include new rules for treatment plants and more detailed spill reports.
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