North Dakota Bakken Infrastructure Projects

This category of our site will follow all of the large infrastructure project news coming out of the North Dakota Bakken that can be of value to job seekers considering working in the region. Here you will articles, and links to resources on major development/construction projects for oil/gas pipelines, highway construction, natural gas plants, rail lines/depots and Major Commercial construction projects in North Dakota and Montana which will create thousands of jobs in the coming 20 years in the Bakken Oil Basin.

Mancamp Tour In North Dakota

February 11, 2012

<a href=””>Jobs</a> by Indeed A recent informal video tour of Man Camps North of Williston North Dakota by Basin Electrical staff, a good look at some of Mancamps in Williston, and the northern towns. Also some video on the new Oneok Natural Gas Plant being built.

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Obama Stalls the XL Pipeline Once Again Over Aquifer Non-Issue

January 18, 2012

Heartland Institute Blog   An article on the Heartland Institute blog today includes a map detailing the existing pipelines that already cross this sensitive area in Nebraska which has been the basis apparently for President Obama announcing today that he is denying the permit to the Canadian Company seeking permission to build the pipeline from […]

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Build the XL Pipeline and Obama won’t give folks a Payroll Break Extension!

December 7, 2011

Breaking news today that President Obama threatens Congress that if they try to  attach legislation to the Payroll Tax Break Bill that will expedite the building of the Obama delayed XL Pipeline, then Obama will veto the Payroll Tax Break Extension legislation before Congress.  Is it just me or can the guy waffle with the […]

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Canada Threatens US with Sale of Crude Oil to China After Keystone XL Pipeline Permit Denied

November 18, 2011

Bloomberg Businessweek   Read the Article here.

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Keystone XL Pipeline Delay May Lead to Alternative Pipeline Solution From Enbridge, Inc.

November 17, 2011

Bloomberg Week An article this week in Bloomberg Week Magazine discussed the possibility that a denial/delay by the U.S. State Department of TransCanada Corp’s Keystone XL Pipeline permit will likely lead to TransCanada Corp. withdrawing the application.  Consequently, that action might lead to Enbridge, Inc. moving forward with an alternative plan to move the “tar […]

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