SEARCH BLOG: OIL
From Carpe Diem:
The "Economic Miracle State" of North Dakota pumped another record amount of oil during the month of January at a daily rate of more than 546,000 barrels, which was an increase of 2% and 11,000 barrels per day compared to January, and was 59% above the output level from a year earlier. It’s likely that the new record moved the Peace Garden state ahead of California to become the nation’s No. 3 oil-producing state in January, behind only Texas and Alaska. Recent estimates put California’s oil output at about535,000 barrels per day, and Alaska’s production at 593,000. [Read full story]
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 05, 2009H2O Worries A Real Worry
The only problem is sometimes the best intented actions end up with more than one bad result. And that's water causing havoc. Then there is the oil war in California.
Sure, but there's nothing in North Dakota. There are no animals or agriculture to worry about with all of that oil production. Besides, it's North Dakota, not California.
Sure, dude. But you can't go surfin' in North Dakota. Right, you got us there.