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N.D. oil output still rising, setting records

Published 04/12/2012, Grand Forks Herald

North Dakota’s crude oil production continues to set records as February’s output was pegged at averaging 558,254 barrels per day, up from the previous record of 546,318 in January, according to the state’s Department of Mineral Resources. Based on trends the past year, it's likely North Dakota's production this month will surpass Alaska's to make the state second-ranked behind Texas. A record 210 rigs were drilling Thursday in the state's Oil Patch.

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