North Dakota had another oil production record for November, 2011 with 509,754 barrels of oil per day which was 22,000 barrels of oil per day more than the previous month. It was almost 170,000 barrels of oil per day more than the beginning of the 2011. If December had a comparable increase then North Dakota will have increased oil production by about 50%.
There is a 146 page report with county breakdowns and information by company and producing wells
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