North Dakota’s Latest Fracking Problem

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The North Dakota Industrial Commission on Tuesday is expected to release plans to limit flaring at existing wells. Shown, excess natural gas is burned off at a Bakken Shale site. Minneapolis Star Tribune/Zuma Press WATFORD CITY, N.D.—For cattle rancher Vawnita Best, the struggle by North Dakota regulators to keep up with the oil boom strikes close to home: […]

Oil Flat Despite US, China Factory Strength

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The price of oil held steady Tuesday despite signs that manufacturing activity grew in the U.S. and China, the world’s two biggest oil consumers. Benchmark U.S. crude for August delivery fell 3 cents to close at $105.34 a barrel in New York. It is the fourth day in a row of declines and the sixth […]

100 Billion Clues That Small Business Lending Has Turned A Corner

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If you pay any attention to the industry press, it sure looks that way. The recent commitment by Wells Fargo Bank to lend $100 billion (and yes, that’s with a ‘B’) to small businesses in the United States by 2018 is a bold move for one of the biggest traditional lenders. It would appear that there are […]

Coast Guard aims to reopen channel after Texas oil spill

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GALVESTON, Texas —— As workers in bright yellow suits picked quarter-sized “tar balls” out of the sand along Galveston Bay on Monday, strong incoming tides kept washing more ashore. Elsewhere, crews lined up miles of oil booms to keep oil away from the shoreline and bird habitats, two days after a collision in the Houston […]

5 things to know about the Texas oil spill

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TEXAS CITY, Texas (AP) — WHAT HAPPENED? The Coast Guard says a barge carrying about 900,000 gallons of heavy oil collided with a ship Saturday in the Houston Ship Channel, spilling as much as 168,000 gallons into one of the world’s busiest waterways. Oil has been detected 12 miles offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. […]

Despite pressure to ban fracking, majority of Coloradans support it

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A majority of Coloradans supports hydraulic fracturing, despite pressure to put the screws to the controversial practice. A recent poll released by Quinnipiac University finds that 51 percent support fracking for natural gas and oil, with 34 percent opposed. Republicans overwhelmingly support the practice by 80-9 percent, and Democrats are mostly opposed, by 54-26 percent. […]

Strict scrutiny for fracking

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Gov. Jerry Brown has released draft regulations to govern fracking in California that very closely follow the lines of a bill passed this year by the Legislature. The problem is that the bill itself, though better than nothing, is not strong enough to ensure the safety of the state’s air, water and ground stability in […]

Texas oil boom means more money for UT, A&M

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Oil and gas royalties are pumping a record amount of money into the endowment that supports the University of Texas and Texas A&M University systems, helping push the fund to a record $14.8 billion. In fiscal 2013, which ended Aug. 31, oil and gas royalties from state land provided $648 million for the Permanent University […]

Texas oil and gas center is now richest U.S. area

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A Texas city has edged out Fairfield County, Conn., as the country’s richest metropolitan area. Midland ended Fairfield County’s 26-year reign as the area with the highest per capita income, according to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. The two counties that make up the Midland metro area had a per capita […]

‘Oil and gas play’ attracts new hotels to Carrollton

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Construction has begun for two hotels less than one mile apart along a section of state Route 43. “It is great for the village,” Mayor Frank Leghart said. “It is economic development over and beyond what anyone expected. For a lot of years, this was a struggling area. It is going to bring a definite […]