N.D. oil operation hampered by winter storm in late 2012, officials say

01/14/2013 | United Press International

A severe winter storm that struck North Dakota in November caused a 2.2% decline in the state's oil production for that month from October's output, according to the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources. "More operators are transitioning to higher efficiency rigs and implementing cost cutting measures at the end of their 2012 capital budgets, but the primary reason was [the storm]," said department Director Lynn Helms.

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