ND Won't Limit Oil Production Amid Industry Slump

By Keith Goldberg (July 8, 2020, 7:02 PM EDT) -- North Dakota oil and gas regulators on Tuesday refused to curtail oil production in the state, joining fellow oil-producing states Texas and Oklahoma in electing to keep the wells pumping despite a coronavirus-fueled crash in global energy demand.

The North Dakota Industrial Commission confirmed Wednesday that its commissioners — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem and Agricultural Commissioner Doug Goehring — rejected a request to impose a statewide cap on oil production.

North Dakota, home to the Bakken Shale, is the second biggest producer of crude oil in the U.S., trailing only Texas.

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