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    #ShowYourEnergy contest helps students learn and earn

    When Governor Doug Burgum challenged North Dakota students to use their creativity, research skills and energy to share what they know about North Dakota’s oil and natural gas industry, students were eager to respond, and this week, six students will be reaping the rewards. Megan McCarthy, Jayce Zuern, Jaedyn Dockter, and Kolby Bennett of Chris…

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    Teaching Teachers On Petroleum: NDPC to Host 2018 Teacher Education Seminar

    BISMARCK, N.D. – Fifty teachers from across the state will be in Bismarck next week to learn more about North Dakota’s petroleum industry, a topic that has captured the attention of leaders, reporters and others around the world. The seminar kicks off on Monday, June 18 with lessons in geology, drilling, and completion technologies. Teachers…

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    Industry plants 58,000 trees through new program

    North Dakota is a little greener because of the oil and gas industry thanks to a program by the North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) to fund large-scale habitat plantings throughout North Dakota. The Planting for the Future program kicked off on Thursday, May 10 and will wrap up planting this week. More than 58,000 trees…

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    Pick Up the Patch and Community Clean-Ups to Begin Next Week

    Bismarck, N.D. –Pick Up the Patch! and community spring clean-up events are slated to begin next week and many will continue through May. The oil and gas industry will be participating in several of these events by sending out volunteers or providing supplies and lunch. “It appears spring has finally sprung, and we’re all excited…

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    5 reasons teachers should attend the Teacher Education Seminar

    If you are a North Dakota educator, here are 5 reasons you should attend the Teacher Education Seminar:   Earn credits Our Teacher Education Seminar is designed to help you fulfill your professional development requirements. Participants will be eligible for two professional development credits from MSU, NDSU or UND. These credits may be used for…

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    Hazen High School Students Win First Round Of #Showyourenergy Video Challenge

    Bismarck, N.D. – Jaden Schmitz, Jacob Moeykens and Jase Rogness from Hazen High School won the first round of the #ShowYourEnergy competition with their video outlining how energy affects our morning routine, how we communicate, how we travel and even how some of us see things. The students are members of teacher Chris Harvey’s video…

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    Letter: Keep momentum of energy revolution

    As Printed in the Bismarck Tribune, Dec. 18, 2017 The revolution of American energy is in full force, a fact weighing heavily on the ministers of OPEC in their last meeting. Despite OPEC’s failed attempt to crush us three years ago, America has become the undisputed leader in energy production. Our competitive forces released the…

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    Mule Deer Foundation schedules next organizational meeting

    North Dakota deer season is here and serves as a reminder of the many volunteers who help rebuild and support the habitat needed to continue this great heritage. The Muddy Buck Chapter in Williston and the Bakken Roughnecks Chapter in Watford City are currently looking for new members and volunteers to help as their chapters grow…

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    ND Mule Deer Foundation Hosts Organizational Socials

    North Dakota deer season is upon us and as sportsmen prepare to get out in the field, it’s important to remember the many volunteers who help rebuild and support the habitat needed to continue this great heritage. The Mule Deer Foundation has really done some great work in 2017 by increasing its sportsman access initiative…

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    Over one ton of food and essential items collected during F.E.A.S.T.

    The oil and gas industry collected more than 2,770 pounds of food and other essential items last month during the Food, Essentials and Supplies Throwdown, a friendly competition among companies to collect the most items. Bilfinger Westcon won the competition hosted by the Energy of North Dakota and won $1,000 to donate to the charity…

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