Natural gas producers just barely making the cut for capture in ND

Speculated oil price increase good news for ND

Utility fee increases for some Bismarck residents

Proposed Elk Creek Pipeline could impact ND production

Despite cold snap, ND natural gas prices to remain steady

Missouri River power generation up in 2017

Bureau of Land Management repeals 2015 fracking rule on federal lands

Bureau of Land Management to repeal 2015 Hydraulic Fracturing Rule

PSC discusses proposed Davis Refinery

New records set in oil and natural gas production

Most natural gas service restored in Tioga following outage

ND legislators discuss electricity sales tax

TransCanada to run inspection device in Keystone pipeline

ND PSC implements new rules for wind farms

Backers, foes of Keystone XL seek clarification in ruling

Keystone Pipeline to reopen after leak

Latest gas flaring numbers released

Nebraska Public Service Commission approves in-state pipeline route

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