North Dakota has been the poster child of the United States shale boom, boasting skyrocketing production, high economic growth rates and miniscule unemployment numbers. The discovery and exploitation of the Williston Basin has increased crude output in the state by more than six times from 2008 to 2014, ending the most recent year with average volumes of 1,087 MBOPD. North Dakota’s climb accounted for 25% of all oil production growth in the United States, as the shale revolution changed the world’s hydrocarbon landscape.
North Dakota’s Breakne...


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