North Dakota Hits New Daily Production Record 261,088 Barrels Per Day. Double What it Was Just Over Two Years Ago

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North Dakota Oil Production reached a new high of 261,088 barrels of oil per day in Feb, 2010 This is 25,000 barrels per day more than January, 2010 and about double the 130,768 barrels of oil per day from November, 2007 (28 months ago)

Oil is being sent out by rail and a new pipeline expansion.

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