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  • July 30- Hess Corp said on Wednesday it would form a master limited partnership for its North Dakota oil and natural gas storage facilities and processing plants, taking advantage of a key financial trend in the energy sector to generate cash.

  • Hess to pursue master limited partnership creation Wednesday, 30 Jul 2014 | 7:57 AM ET

    Hess Corp. is also looking into an initial public offering for the potential master limited partnership. The company is now focused more intently on exploration and production, particularly within the Bakken Shale fields in North Dakota.

  • July 30- Oil and natural gas producer Hess Corp said it plans to form a publicly traded master limited partnership comprising its pipeline and storage assets in North Dakota's Bakken oil shale field. Hess said it expected the MLP to file a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in the fourth quarter.

  • July 30- Oil and natural gas producer Hess Corp said it plans to form a publicly-traded master limited partnership comprising its pipeline and storage assets in North Dakota's Bakken oil shale field. Hess said it expects the partnership to file a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in the fourth quarter.

  • AP PHOTOS: Building boom in N. Dakota's oil patch Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 12:49 PM ET

    WILLISTON, N.D.— President Theodore Roosevelt once came to North Dakota's Badlands to find solitude and solace amid the area's "desolate, grim beauty." The epicenter is a 45- mile stretch of U.S. Route 85 between the towns of Williston and Watford City. Follow AP photographers and photo editors on Twitter: http://apne.ws/1ox8vgG.

  • WASHINGTON, July 28- The U.S. Commerce Department has put on hold at least two companies' requests for permission to sell lightly processed crude abroad, effectively stalling an industry push to export an expanding glut of oil amid the U.S. shale revolution, sources said.

  • LONDON, July 28- "The world of energy may have changed forever," according to Professor James Hamilton of the University of California. "Hundred dollar oil is here to stay." Hamilton, who is one of the most respected economists writing about oil, made his bold prediction in a paper on "The Changing Face of World Oil Markets", published on July 20.

  • North Dakota milk production drops in 2nd quarter Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 2:25 AM ET

    FARGO, N.D.— Milk production in North Dakota during April, May and June was down 7 percent from the second quarter of 2013.. The Agriculture Department says production during the three-month period this year totaled 83 million pounds, down from 89 million pounds the previous year.

  • Science on the job: Teachers learn from tech firms Saturday, 26 Jul 2014 | 10:34 AM ET

    As American education focuses on closing the gap between the classroom and employers' needs, programs in North Carolina, California and elsewhere are putting teachers temporarily in the workplace. He is wrapping up a five-week stint in the research and development labs of a Danish company in Franklinton, about 30 miles north of Raleigh.

  • North Dakota industrial fire cleanup to take weeks Friday, 25 Jul 2014 | 6:18 PM ET

    WILLISTON, N.D.— Cleanup efforts at the still-smoking site of an oil field supply company in North Dakota that caught fire earlier this week could take weeks, an Environmental Protection Agency Official said Friday.

  • HOUSTON, July 25- Exxon Mobil Corp is considering a multibillion-dollar plan to expand its Beaumont, Texas, refinery into the country's largest, the first major refining investment of the U.S. shale oil boom, people with knowledge of the deliberations said.

  • US rig count up 12 to 1,883 Friday, 25 Jul 2014 | 1:49 PM ET

    Of the major oil- and gas-producing states, North Dakota and Louisiana gained six each, Ohio and Oklahoma were up two apiece and Colorado one. Texas lost 10 rigs, Alaska was off four, California and New Mexico were down two each and Kansas and Pennsylvania each dropped one. Arkansas, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming were unchanged.

  • Officials require more supports beneath oil pipes Thursday, 24 Jul 2014 | 3:34 PM ET

    Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Dan Wyant, director of the Department of Environmental Quality, said they had put Enbridge Energy Partners LP on notice following the company's acknowledgement it was partly out of compliance with an agreement dating to 1953, when the pipelines were laid in the Straits of Mackinac.

  • The train originated in North Dakota and was bound for Tesoro Corp's 120,000 barrel-per-day Anacortes oil refinery, 80 miles north of the city, Tesoro confirmed.

  • Oil train derails in Seattle rail yard; no spill Thursday, 24 Jul 2014 | 9:48 AM ET

    SEATTLE— Nothing spilled when three tanker cars in an oil train from North Dakota derailed at a rail yard early Thursday, but it alarmed environmentalists. "This is a warning of how dangerous this could be," said Kerry McHugh, communications director for the Washington Environmental Council.

  • Slow North Dakota city fire alert raises concern Thursday, 24 Jul 2014 | 2:29 AM ET

    WILLISTON, N.D.— Officials need to improve communication with residents of North Dakota's booming oil patch during potentially dangerous situations, an emergency manager and residents said, after an oil field service supply facility storing toxic chemicals exploded this week and authorities failed to alert the public for more than six hours.

  • Missoula man sentenced for construction fraud Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014 | 5:34 PM ET

    Charging documents said Oliver solicited prepayments of nearly $7.9 million for steel buildings— mostly from residents of Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota— between October 2010 and December 2011, but he only completed one building.

  • NEW YORK, July 23- The U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday proposed new safety rules for hauling crude oil by rail after a string of explosive accidents, in a move that could impact railroads, drillers, refiners and railcar makers amid an energy boom.

  • WASHINGTON, July 23- The U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday proposed an overhaul of safety standards for carrying crude oil and ethanol by rail after a series of accidents in the past year. Senator John Hoeven of North Dakota, who has pressed regulators to make tank cars safer:.

  • New safety rules proposed to curb oil train fires Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014 | 10:16 AM ET

    WASHINGTON— Responding to a series of fiery train crashes, the government proposed rules Wednesday that would phase out tens of thousands of older tank cars that carry increasing quantities of crude oil and other highly flammable liquids through America's towns and cities.