Minnetonka firm rides the oil wave in North Dakota

  • Article by: Janet Moore , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 28, 2013 - 3:24 PM

Oppidan has invested $150 million there so far.

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taxpayer17Aug. 18, 1311:48 AM

Nice article.....150-180 new wells come on line every month, creating not only immediate jobs for site prep, drilling, etc. but long term jobs for managing the wells after they are in production. Need Keystone and other pipelines to reduce the ever increasing rail boom. Ever wonder why Obama's buddy, Warren Buffet is against Keystone? Look at his rail holdings.

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erikj3Aug. 18, 13 4:46 PM

Keystone would be a disaster for not just the US but the world as a whole. One scientist (oooh, there's that scary word!) said that if it were approved it would be "game over" for the environment. Not only that, but it would create something like 200 permanent jobs in the US. The project just isn't worth it in the long run.

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gimpholeAug. 19, 13 4:18 PM

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