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Montana coal lease sale set for


February 28 BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Fed-


eral offi cials will hold a lease sale on Feb. 28 for 35.5 million tons of pub- licly owned coal near Roundup. The sale marks the second time


the Bureau of Land Management has offered the underground coal tracts for lease. The agency in November rejected a $5.3 million offer from Signal Peak Energy as insuffi cient. Signal Peak wants another sale to be held because acquiring the leases is a key component of its mining plan. The coal tracts are in the path of Signal Peak’s 300-employee Bull Mountain mine. Signal Peak is jointly owned by


two Ohio companies, Boich Co. and FirstEnergy, and the Gunvor Group of Europe.


The BLM has not disclosed how much it thinks the coal is worth.


Jan. 23, 2012


Nasdaq composite


2,784.17 -2.53


AS O N D Pct. change from previous: -0.09% Jan. 23, 2012


Standard & Poors 500


1,316.00 +0.62


AS O N D J


BAKKEN OPERATING COMPANIES CLOSING PRICE, MONDAY, JAN. 23, 2012


Company Name Baker Hughes


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


Symbol Price BHI


Stock 47.73


16.18 57.52


BAS BTE


BRK-B 79.15 CFW.TO 26.40 CRR 127.25 CHK 22.28


CH Robinson Worldwide Inc CHRW 68.05 Complete Production Services CPX Concho Resources Conoco Phillips


31.89


Continental Resources Credo Petroleum


CXO 101.94 COP 70.56 CLR


74.45


Denbury DNR 18.18 Dresser Rand Group Earthstone Energy


CRED 9.97 DRC 52.53


Enbridge Energy Partners LP EEP Enerplus Resources Fund


ERF


Enterprise Products Partners LP EPD EOG Resources Inc. Exxon Mobil


HP


ESTE 17.27 33.45 23.36 49.02


GeoResources GEOI Halliburton HAL Helmerich & Payne, Inc


Kodiak Oil & Gas


MDU Resources Nabors Industries


National Oilwell Varco Newfi eld


KEG KOG


EOG 105.60 XOM 87.47 29.93 35.44 60.39


Hess HES 61.65 Key Energy


Magnum Hunter Resources MHR 5.66 Major Drilling Marathon Oil


40.04


14.38 9.62


MDI.TO 16.61 MRO 32.23 MDU 21.48 NBR 17.18 NOV 75.98 NFX


Ticker


Ticker Stock Company Name


Northern Oil & Gas Nustar Energy LP Oasis Petroleum


Occidental Petroleum Oil States International Oneok Inc


Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc. Petroleum Development Pioneer Drilling


Symbol Price NOG 25.99 NS


58.93


OAS 33.30 OXY 102.06 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 Statoil ASA


Stone Energy


PTEN 18.45 PETD 31.07 PDC


9.29


75.86 9.58


PSV.TO 8.35 QEP


28.88 19.58


KWK 5.80 ROSE 48.48 SLB


SM 74.25 STO SGY


28.29


Superior Energy Services Inc SPN 26.53 Talisman Energy TransCanada Corp


Triangle Petroleum Corporation TPLM 7.25 Unit Corp


US Energy Corp


UNT 42.87 USEG


VOG


Vanguard Natural Resources VNR 27.65 Voyager Oil and Gas


3.35 2.58


Weatherford International LTD WFT 16.42 Whiting Petroleum Company WLL 50.27 Williams Companies


WMB 29.03


Wolseley WOS.L 2240.00 WorleyParsons WOR.AX 27.51


TLM 12.44 TRP


41.83


74.16 25.39


80.53 87.93


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BAKKEN STOCK WATCH MARKET SUMMARY


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


High 2,804.99 Low 2,769.82


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


Pct. change from previous: +0.05% High 1,322.28 Low 1,309.89


Weekly US oil, gas rig count up 21 to 2,008 HOUSTON (AP) — The number of rigs actively ex-


QUOTES


ploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by 21 last week to 2,008. The Houston-based oilfi eld services company Baker


Hughes Inc. reported Jan. 20 that 1,223 rigs were explor- ing for oil and 780 for natural gas. Five were listed as miscellaneous. A year ago last week Baker Hughes re- ported 1,713 active rigs. Of the major oil- and gas-producing states, Okla- homa gained nine rigs, Wyoming and North Dakota each gained four, Colorado’s rig count rose by two and Pennsylvania and West Virginia each added one. Texas and Louisiana both dropped two rigs, while California and New Mexico each lost one. Alaska and Arkansas re- mained unchanged. The rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981 and bottomed at 488 in 1999.


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