When existing infrastructure is not viable, oil and gas producers must invest in their own road, pipe or rail infrastructure.
Extreme winter weather causes trouble in transporting coal from one of the United States’ largest coal deposits.
A crucial step to the development and coexistence of the oil industry and farming community is controlling dust from North Dakota’s roads.
Regulations on oil and gas industries are necessary to ensure safety, environmental protection and smooth operations, but what are the impacts on production?
We explore the methodology behind Ohio’s Road Use Maintenance Act and how the agreements within will impact roads, companies and communities.