Bakken Oil Express

Latest news on the activities in North Dakota and at Bakken Oil Express

 

Wednesday, 26. April 2017


Bakken Shale Rig Count Increases to 44

 

Friday, 21. April 2017


Bakken Shale Rig Count Moves to 43

 

Monday, 10. April 2017


Bakken Rig Count Stalls at 42; U.S. Gains 15

 

Wednesday, 29. March 2017


Bakken Shale Rig Count Inches Up

 

Monday, 13. March 2017

 

Bakken Rig Count Unchanged as U.S. Increases

 

Monday, 6. March 2017


Bakken Rig Count at 38 This Week

 

Friday, 3. March 2017

 

Bakken Rig Count Drops

 

Friday, 24. February 2017

 

U.S. Rig Count Makes Big Gains, Bakken Shale Dips

 

Tuesday, 31. January 2017


Bakken Shale Rig Count at 37

 

Thursday, 26. January 2017

 

Bakken Shale Region Gains Rigs

 

Monday, 16. January 2017


Bakken Rig Count Back to 32

 

Monday, 19. September 2016


BAKKEN NEWS


Thursday, 8. September 2016

 

 

Friday, 19. august 2016

 

 

Tuesday, 9. August 2016



BAKKEN OIL EXPRESS - Latest news!

NORTH DAKOTA has a plan to keep wells unplugged!


Crude by rail up 1700% since 2010!

 

Transportation of oil - Pipeline or by rail!

 

December 2014 - Latest news from BAKKEN OIL EXPRESS!

 

BAKKEN SHALE NEWS AUGUST 20th 2014!

 

BAKKEN SHALE NEWS JUNE 18th 2014!

 

BAKKEN SHALE NEWS!

 

Who wants an oil pipeline - The Wall Street Journal/March 3rd 2014.

 

"The biggest challenge to fixing this problem, and connecting supply with demand, is getting some of North Dakota's Bakken oil into the densely populated East Coast market. Building a 1,500-mile pipeline from North Dakota to New York would be the straightest way, but that's not happening anytime soon. Which means that oil is moving east any way it can-by train, by barge, even by truck."

Bloomberg, Feb. 2013.

 

  • All aboard the oil train

Many Bakken oil producers and shippers aren't waiting for pipelines to be built to carry their crude to market. They've turned to trains ("pipelines on wheels") to transport oil long distances, even though shipping by rail costs about $10 to $15 per barrel, depending on the destination, compared with about $5 per barrel via pipeline. The NDPA estimates that the percentage of Williston Basin oil transported by rail went from 6 percent in 2010 to 60 percent last year-over 450,000 bopd.

Trains have become a popular alternative to pipelines chiefly because they allow producers to sell Bakken crude at higher prices than the benchmark prices posted at pipeline hubs such as Clearbrook and Guernsey, Wyo. To get around pipeline chokepoints, producers started trucking their oil to train depots and in the process discovered that coastal refineries accustomed to buying high-priced imported "sweet" crude (which is easier to refine) would pay a premium for similar crude from the Bakken.

"Even with the higher transportation cost, it's cheaper than buying at the Brent benchmark price," said John Duff, an oil analyst with the U.S. Energy Information Administration, referring to the leading global price marker for crude oil.

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BAKKEN OIL EXPRESS

 

Billede 5

 

Bakken Oil Express builds pipeline from Killdeer to the rail facility in Dickinson!

Documentary from Bakken Oil Express.

Financial statement 2011/2012

Soaring Oil Production Spurs Infrastructure Growth Across Booming Bakken Play!

The Bakken Oil Boom!

North Dakota's Bakken Hits Record Oil Production Level in April!

Bakken Oil Production Expected to Keep Surging!

Plan to build pipeline called off!

 

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