Bakken rocks this stock! Propelled by its energy and resource focus on the region, Integrity stock fund aims to deliver results to investors

By Katrina A.T. Senyk Robert Walstad tours a drilling site in the northwest North Dakota portion of the Bakken oil play. North Dakota is currently fourth in U.S. oil production – behind only Texas, Alaska and California – with 6,500 wells producing roughly the same output as California’s 100,000 wells….

Shale’s philanthropy demonstrates long-term commitment to communities

Sam Tallis, Shale president (left) and Sid Greehey, CEO (center) present donated iPads to Dave Selvig, superintendent of Scobey Schools (right). In 2011 and 2012 Shale Exploration, L.L.C. (Shale), a division of GreeheyCo, was founded by Sam Tallis and Sid Greehey through leasing and acquisitions of more than 800,000 acres…

North Dakota’s infrastructure to get $2.5-billion boost

 By Lisa Fattori A new initiative by Governor Jack Dalrymple will inject $2.5 billion into North Dakota’s infrastructure, helping communities both large and small to keep pace with the tremendous growth that has occurred since the onset of the Bakken oil boom. Announced on July 23rd, the new Roads and…

The bold, the brave, and the beautiful: Women in the Bakken

By Laura Tode Christina Chauvin arrived in Bainville, Mont. on February 15, 2011, just after a snowstorm swept across Montana’s Hi-line. She’d spent her entire life in Louisiana, and although she knew she was being delivered to a cold place, she had no idea what else to expect. Everything was…

Opportunity knockin’ in the Bakken

By Jon Bennion, Government Relations Director of the Montana Chamber of Commerce Known as the “Treasure State,” Montana is celebrating 150 years of resource development this year as it commemorates the arrival of tens of thousands of miners in 1862. These new arrivals came in search of gold and silver,…

Bakken blueprint for U.S. recovery, unprecedented prosperity

By Chris Faulkner President and CEO, Breitling Oil & Gas All the pundits expected the hottest issue of this election campaign to be the economy. Though the incumbent seemed to keep losing his focus on the most critical issue facing this country, candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan haven’t. They…