Study Shows ND Could Produce 2 Million Barrels Per Day by 2019
The state legislature’s interim Energy Development & Transmission Committee received a final report on a legislatively-commissioned study of the future of the oil and gas industry this week. The study was conducted by engineering firm KLJ and shows potential for North Dakota to produce 2 million barrels of oil per day by 2019. Study authors say addressing housing and public infrastructure needs in the oil patch will be critical to ensure increased production levels. Read more in the Dickinson Press.