Oil production growth slowed by costs, but things look to change 2013
WILLISTON -- North Dakota oil production increased at a more moderate pace in October, according to numbers released Monday, but operators have ambitious plans for 2013.
Preliminary numbers show that North Dakota produced 747,239 barrels of oil per day in October, a 2.5 percent increase since September and another all-time high for the state, said Lynn Helms, director of the Department of Mineral Resources.
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