Frustrated farmers told Congressman Steve Daines on Monday in Huntley that clogged rail lines, increasing federal regulations and cheap imports are hurting their business.
Stacey Ronquillo is down to one part-time employee at his Billings lawn care business this summer, and it’s costing him precious work.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — A visiting professor at the University of Wyoming says using carbon dioxide to re-pressurize Wyoming's aging oil fields could yield up to 1 billion barrels of oil.
New federal health insurance laws won’t be the job killers that critics fear, a U.S. Small Business Administration official said Thursday in Billings.
BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota regulators have scheduled a public hearing later this month on a new plan to reduce the flaring of natural gas in the western oil fields.
HELENA - A panel of Montana lawmakers on Tuesday questioned Missoula's requirement that companies pay $309 for a permit to move a megaload of oil-refinery equipment through the city, on top of the permit and fees already required by the state.
MINOT, N.D. — Public school enrollments are on the rise in the western North Dakota oil patch.
POWDER RIVER, Wyo. — Gov. Matt Mead and other state and local officials gathered Wednesday in a small lot in western Natrona County to dedicate a carbon dioxide pipeline that will bring new life to oil fields in Wyoming and Montana.
A hub of the Greencore pipeline is shown just east of Powder River in Natrona County. A visiting professor at the University of Wyoming says using carbon dioxide to re-pressurize Wyoming's aging oil fields could yield up to 1 billion barrels of oil.
SIDNEY — Family and friends of one of the two suspects in a brutal Montana kidnapping described him as an illiterate young father who was eager for work when he fell under the sway of a convicted criminal promising lucrative employment in the Bakken oil fields.
Interested in working in the Bakken oil field?
As huge trucks crawl bumper to bumper across the Bakken oil fields, a Billings business is making money supplying parts to keep them running.
Montanans turned to the eastern half of the state for optimistic economic news in 2011.
The next time you're tempted to complain about how much time you spend hauling the kids to soccer practice, think about the people who spend long hours huddled over their laptops in airport terminals or navigating Montana's two-lane blacktop as part of their job.
Boom times in the oil-and-gas industry will soon lead to more manufacturing jobs in Billings.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — New oil development is beginning to create jobs in southeast Wyoming.