Wyden sees North Dakota oil, gas, other energy activity first-hand

09/16/2013
US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Ronald L. Wyden (D-Ore.) saw more than oil and gas operations when he visited North Dakota Sept. 6-7 for an up-close look at energy activity in the state. His itinerary, which the office of committee member John Hoeven (R-ND) helped arrange, included an ethanol biorefinery with a unique partnership with a coal-fired power plant, and a model mined-land reclamation site. The chairman also visited Whiting Petroleum Corp.'s Bakken shale oil production operations and Oneok Partners LP's Garden Creek natural gas processing plant. Wyden also was scheduled to visit energy development sites around Watford City on Sept. 7. "I'm open to ...
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