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RENÉE JEAN WILLISTON HERALD
WILLISTON — When the rush was on for black gold in North Dakota, logistics and efficiency had to take a back seat to logistics and efficiency. The important thing was to drill the cores and put down wells in all the areas with the best potential, thus securing the rights to the minerals before anyone else.
And then, while oil was pushing $100 a barrel, you couldn’t afford not to race all the crude to market that you possibly could even if it meant some inefficiencies. That included, in many cases, flaring off natural gas and wasting it.
Now, however, with the downturn in oil prices, everyone is giving logistics a much needed second look in the Bakken. To continue reading, click here.