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MARKET SUMMARY BAKKEN STOCK WATCH


Nov. 28, 2011


Nasdaq composite


+85.83 2,527.34 Nov. 28, 2011


Standard & Poors 500


+33.88 1,192.55 JA S QUOTES O N JA S O N


2,000 2,250 2,500 2,750 3,000


Pct. change from previous: +3.52% High 2,531.32 Low 2,507.72


1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300 1,400


Pct. change from previous: +2.92% High 1,197.35 Low 1,158.67 ENERGY BRIEFS Planning money heading


to North Dakota oil patch The state and federal governments are pro-


viding $1.8 million to address planning for eco- nomic, housing and infrastructure development in western North Dakota’s booming oil patch. The state’s congressional delegation and


Texas-based oil, gas contractor cited in ND WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — The U.S. De-


governor announced the planning grants Nov. 22: $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and $300,000 from the state Energy Infrastructure and Impact Offi ce.


The money is going to the North Dakota As- sociation of Oil and Gas Producing Counties and the Southwest Rural Economic Area Part- nership Zone. Some of the money also will go to help Minot-area fl ood victims. The total cost of the project, with local money, is $2.4 million. — Associated Press


Chinese company


interested in Montana coal HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Chinese com-


pany is telling Gov. Brian Schweitzer that it is considering buying coal from Montana. Representatives of Beijing-based Manyuan


Coal told the governor during a meeting Nov. 23 that it has been discussing the idea with Montana-based coal mines. The coal would be sent on train to the West coast for shipment to China. Schweitzer said that even though China has a


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Company Name Baker Hughes


Basic Energy Services Baytex Energy Corp Berkshire Hathaway Brigham Exploration Calfrac Well Services Carbo Ceramics Inc Chesapeake Energy


Symbol Price BHI


BAS BTE


Ticker


Stock 51.27


17.72 48.61


BRK-B 75.48 BEXP 36.47 CFW.TO 26.21 CRR CHK


CH Robinson Worldwide Inc CHRW 65.87 Complete Production Services CPX Concho Resources Conoco Phillips


Continental Resources Credo Petroleum


CXO COP CLR


Enbridge Energy Partners LP EEP Encore Energy Partner Enerplus Resources Fund


ESTE ENP


32.85 94.45 67.27 64.55


Denbury DNR 15.33 Dresser Rand Group Earthstone Energy


CRED 9.33 DRC


Enterprise Products Partners LP EPD EOG Resources Inc. Exxon Mobil


ERF EOG


GeoResources GEOI Haliburton HAL


Kodiak Oil & Gas


MDU Resources Nabors Industries


KEG KOG


48.26 15.19 30.38 19.25 25.01 45.47 95.59


XOM 75.84 25.69 32.77


Hess HES 56.74 Key Energy


Magnum Hunter Resources MHR 4.31 Major Drilling Marathon Oil


13.13 8.24


MDI.TO 12.52 MRO 25.98 MDU 20.20 NBR


16.60


136.96 23.36


Ticker Stock Company Name


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Northern Oil & Gas Nustar Energy LP Oasis Petroleum


Occidental Petroleum Oil States International Oneok Inc


Petroleum Development Pioneer Drilling


Symbol Price NOV NFX


OAS OXY OIS


OKE


Plains All American Pipeline PAA Precision Drilling Corporation PDS Pure Energy (Canada) QEP Resources, Inc.


Questar STR Quicksilver Resources Rosetta Resources


Schlumberger Limited SM Energy Co Stone Energy


65.81 41.19


NOG 22.20 NS


54.67 28.01 90.63 67.91 79.76


PETD 31.40 PDC


9.98


64.48 10.57


PSV.TO 8.15 QEP


30.60 18.75


KWK 7.20 ROSE 49.11 SLB SM


SGY


Sundance Energy (Australia) SDCJF.PK 0.43 Superior Energy Services Inc SPN Talisman Energy TransCanada Corp


Triangle Petroleum Corporation TPLM 5.17 Unit Corp


UNT US Energy Corp Voyager Oil and Gas


USEG 2.70 VOG


68.97 74.59 26.22


TLM 12.59 TRP


27.69 39.63 46.88 2.28


Weatherford International LTD WFT 13.96 Whiting Petroleum Company WLL 44.00 Williams Companies


WMB 30.77


Wolsley WOSCF 26.60 WorleyParsons WOR.AX 25.65


lot of coal, it could use more. The company told the governor it could eventually develop its own mine in the state. Schweitzer says he plans a trip to India in late


January and will stop in China to further dis- cuss the idea with the company.


partment of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a Houston- based oil and gas contractor for two safety vio- lations after a worker was electrocuted at a job site in Williston in May. Tom Deutscher with OSHA in Bismarck says


Nabors Drilling USA LP failed to adhere to safe electrical practices, which resulted in the elec- trocution of the worker. OSHA says Nabors has been cited for safety


violations relating to electrical equipment in the past. The company has 15 days to respond to the proposed penalties totaling $45,500. A spokeswoman for Nabors did not imme- diately return a message seeking comment.


South Dakota utility raises natural gas rates SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — NorthWestern


Energy customers in South Dakota will be pay- ing a little more for natural gas starting next month. The Sioux Falls-based company announced that the South Dakota Public Utility Commis- sion approved its request to raise natural gas rates for its South Dakota customers starting Dec. 1.


average customer. The increase will bring in an estimated $1.8 million annually. NorthWest- ern said it needs the extra revenue because of increased costs and to clean up old plants that turned coal and oil into natural gas in the early 1900s.


The hike means an increase of $4.37 for the


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