Flaring Concerns Remain Around Theodore Roosevelt National Park
A June 22 story in the Washington Post highlights the ongoing concerns with natural gas flaring in the viewshed of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. According to Park officials, 26 natural gas flares can be seen from inside the park at night. The 70,000 acre park is located on top of the Bakken formation. North Dakota flared 33 percent of natural gas production in March, compared with the national average of one percent. Read more in the Washington Post.