Tag Archives: natural gas

Targa Resources Corp. Sells 45 Percent Interest in Bakken Assets for $1.6 Billion

Targa Resources Corp. (NYSE: TRGP) announced on February 19, 2019 that it has entered into definitive agreements to sell a 45 percent interest in Targa Badlands LLC (“Badlands”), the entity that holds all of Targa’s assets in North Dakota, to funds managed by GSO Capital Partners and Blackstone Tactical Opportunities (collectively, “Blackstone”) for $1.6 billion in cash (the…

Western Energy Alliance is getting the job done!

Every day, Western Energy Alliance strives to deliver value to the western oil and natural gas industry. We work hard to provide return on our members’ investment in Western Energy Alliance by constantly upping our level of service and ensuring we’re improving the business climate for our great industry in…

The new Hellfighters

NDIC gears up to enforce stringent new gas flaring regulations coming into effect By Rebecca Colnar Gas flaring in the Bakken has been making worldwide news.  Everyone is concerned about it, from industry and mineral owners to environmental groups and politicians. The Ceres Group shows a map of the U.S….

Oil & natural gas stimulate North Dakota economic and job growth

Oil and natural gas are driving the U.S. economy through a major energy boom and that boom is rippling through the economy of North Dakota, supporting business activity across the state. This finding grows out of a new American Petroleum Institute survey of domestic oil and natural gas vendors, which…

MDU Resources Group plays integral role in Bakken growth

MDU Resources Group Inc. got its start as a utility company in 1924 in the shadows of the Bakken region. Within a couple of years, it was providing electric and natural gas service to communities that today are in the heart of the oil and natural gas production boom in…

Hess Corporation, North Dakota officials gather to celebrate expansion of Tioga Gas Plant

Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES) was joined on May 19, 2014 by Governor Jack Dalrymple, Senator John Hoeven and a host of other government officials to commemorate the recently completed expansion of the Tioga Gas Plant, which more than doubles the operational capacity of the facility. by