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Another month of record production in North Dakota – up 4.6% for the month

 

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(Photo by James Ulvog)

Oil production in North Dakota increased to average of 1,184,635 bopd in September, up 4.63% from August. Bakken only production was 1,120,031 bopd average.

That is a 26.8% increase from 9/13 to 9/14. Very cool.

Flared percentage was down to 24% from 28% in August and 26% in July.

Here are some updated graphs:

Bakken and state-wide production since ’08:

9-14 since 08

More graphs –

Statewide since 2004:

9-14 since 04

Looking back to 1990 shows how dramatic the change has been:

9-14 since 90

Here’s what the total production for a year looks like:

9-14 total by year

 

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