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  • Department of Mineral Resources

    ND Department of Mineral Resources COVID-19 Response (March 31, 2020): North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources offices are closed to public access effective immediately as a COVID-19 precaution. This includes offices in Bismarck, Minot, Dickinson, Williston and the North Dakota Core Library in Grand Forks.

  • General Shipping Department of Mineral Resources

    ND Department of Mineral Resources COVID-19 Response (March 31, 2020): North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources offices are closed to public access effective immediately as a COVID-19 precaution. This includes offices in Bismarck, Minot, Dickinson, Williston and the North Dakota Core Library in Grand Forks.

  • North Dakota Geologic Survey Department of Mineral

    ND Department of Mineral Resources COVID-19 Response (March 31, 2020): North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources offices are closed to public access effective immediately as a COVID-19 precaution. This includes offices in Bismarck, Minot, Dickinson, Williston and the North Dakota Core Library in Grand Forks.

  • Information Center Department of Mineral Resources

    Information Center Director's Cut The Director's Cut is an update on current activity in the North Dakota oil patch from the Director of the Department of Mineral Resources.

  • Oil and Gas FAQs, Web Help and Demos

    The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resource’s Oil and Gas Division has been implementing an upgraded data management system for companies submitting data and forms to strengthen and improve management of North Dakota oil and gas information.

  • Home page for ND Industrial Commission North Dakota

    ND Industrial Commission, administrative office for the Commission that is responsible for the Bank of North Dakota, Building Authority, Geological Survey, the Housing Finance Agency, Lignite Research, Development and Marketing Program, State Mill and Elevator, Municipal Bond Bank and the Oil and Gas Division.

  • Department of Mineral Resources

    Department of Mineral Resources. To promote and regulate the minerals and mining for transformation, growth, development and ensure that all South Africans derive sustainable benefit from the country's mineral wealth.

  • Department of Mineral Resources North Dakota GIS Hub

    The Department of Mineral Resources is responsible for the regulatory, advisory, Ordinary High Water Mark of the Missouri River Bed Review data delineated as a result of the North Dakota Century Code Chapter 61-33.1-03 by Wenck Associates, Inc.

  • Surface & Minerals Management Trust Lands

    The Minerals Division oversees nearly 2.6 million mineral acres throughout the State. The Division’s activities include the analysis, title work, and administration of oil and gas leasing; as well as management of coal, potash, and other mineral leasing operations.The Minerals Division's main source of income is from lease bonus payments and royalties.

  • North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources

    maintained in North Dakota. 16. All proposed changes to any treating plant are subject to approval by the commission. Updated schematics shall be furnished to the commission within thirty days following any changes to the treating plant. 17. The operator shall comply with all applicable rules and orders of the commission.

  • North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources

    18-12-2012· North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources . Resource recovery: N -Flex mobile NGL recovery and ammonia production . North Dakota where its needed while minimizing transportation and logistics expense and stress on ND’s system.

  • North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources

    North Dakota Century Code (NDCC) § 38-08-04 (1) (l) and North Dakota Administrative Code (NDAC) Consideration of mineral/landowner/field inspector concerns that are in the the state's natural resources of oil and gas in the state in such a manner as will

  • North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources

    Western North Dakota •1,800 to 3,000 wells/year = 2,000 expected –150-250 rigs = 12,000 30,000 stone –Another 10,000-15,000 stone building infrastructure –200 rigs can drill the wells needed to secure leases in 1 year –200 rigs can drill the wells needed to develop spacing units in 18 years –35,000-40,000 more new wells

  • North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality

    In North Dakota, both the Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Mineral Resources' Oil and Gas Division of the North Dakota Industrial Commission receive reports of environmental incidents.

  • Lynn Helms Department of Influence

    Lynn Helms, as Director of the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources, “has a dual mission as both an oil industry promoter and its chief regulator,” “as he is compelled by statute both to promote ‘the greatest possible economic recovery of oil and gas’ and to enforce regulations.” “To his critics, Mr. Helms personifies a cozy relationship between the commission

  • Coronavirus North Dakota Department of Health

    The task force includes Mineral Resources, Public Service Commission, Environmental Quality, Trust Lands, Pipeline Authority, Office of Management and Budget, Tax Department, Commerce, Bank of North Dakota and input requested from various industry subject matter experts.

  • North Dakota Department of Health Department of

    North Dakota Coronavirus Cases; North Dakota State Medical Cache; Protect Yourself and Others. Physical Distancing; Resources for Health Care Providers. Courier Pick-up Schedule; Resources for Healthcare Facilities; Resources for Laboratories; Resources for Local Health Departments; Resources for Schools; State Health Officer Orders; Travel

  • Surface & Minerals Management Trust Lands

    The Minerals Division oversees nearly 2.6 million mineral acres throughout the State. The Division’s activities include the analysis, title work, and administration of oil and gas leasing; as well as management of coal, potash, and other mineral leasing operations.The Minerals Division's main source of income is from lease bonus payments and royalties.

  • Interactive map of oil and gas resources in North Dakota

    The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources provides an interactive map of the state's oil and gas resources. The map shows the locations and details of oil and gas fields, wells, active rigs, gas plants, seismic surveys, and other specifics. Click here to access the North Dakota DMR's oil and gas map. Source: North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources