Shell Exits Arctic as Slump in Oil Prices Forces Industry to Retrench. (The New York Times, 9/28/2015)
On Monday, Royal Dutch Shell ended its expensive and fruitless nine-year effort to explore for oil in the Alaskan Arctic — a $7 billion investment — in another sign that the entire industry is trimming its ambitions in the wake of collapsing oil prices.
Meanwhile, back in North Dakota.......
Williston's effluent way of measuring an oil bust. (8/6/2015)First Bank of Baldwin: The Williston North Dakota connection. (3/18/2015)
For the good times. (2/9/2015)
Experiencing "testosterone overload", Williston North Dakota sees a boom in sex, drugs, and crime to go along with a population boom. (2/8/2015)
The most expensive place to live in the U.S. (2/25/2014)
Boom and bust in Montana and North Dakota. (12/1/2013)