MDU rates to increase

Low summer gas prices

Meridian shows new refinery at Bakken Conference

Gov. Burgum greets oil producers at Bakken Conference and Expo

Bakken production down, but workers still needed

Sen. Heitkamp introduces bill to extend coal tax credits

MHA Tribal Chairman talks energy with Pres. Trump at DC roundtable

Public hearing postponed for Merricourt wind farm

Planned power outage scheduled between 4th, 5th Street on Broadway Ave.

ND coal industry responds to comedian's attack

PSC approves rate hike settlement for MDU

Analysts predict that oil production numbers will continue to rise

Oil production numbers in N.D. stay above 1 million barrels a day

Proposed Upland Pipeline review

Tribe that led pipeline fight to embrace renewable energy

Red Trail Ethanol Plant moves forward class six injection wells in N.D.

North Dakota coal industry not backing off carbon capture

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