In May the crude oil production in the state hit an average of 1,244,629 barrels of oil per day (bopd). As always, that is the preliminary tally, which will change a bit over the next two months as a few late reports arrive.
That is 15,057 bopd higher than the previous record of 1,229,572 bopd in December 2014.
Here is my graph of production state-wide and Bakken only (including Sanish, Three Forks, and Bakken/Three Forks levels):
For a longer term perspective, here is the total monthly production since 1990:
In addition, the price realized in North Dakota for sweet crude has been rising since early 2016. Here is graph of prices for sweet crude in the state:
What is the value of that oil? Multiply the monthly production amounts by the above average sweet crude prices in the state, shows the statewide revenue for producers as: