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Spotlight on Economics: N.D.’s Growth Creates Challenges   ( 2014-03-04 )
Housing markets are strong in the metropolitan communities, but rapid growth in the oil and gas industry quickly exceeded the very limited excess housing capacity in western North Dakota.
Industrial Beet Production Economics Meetings Scheduled   ( 2014-03-03 )
The meetings will provide farmers with economic information and tools to help them decide if they want to grow industrial beets.
Renewable Accounts: Big Pipe Could Mean Big Opportunities   ( 2014-02-12 )
The infrastructure to collect natural gas and move it is not fully developed, as evidenced by the continued flaring of gas. However, this is expected to change soon and in a big way.
Fight High Heating Costs   ( 2014-02-06 )
Look for ways to reduce heating costs.
N.D. Reclamation Conference Set for Feb. 24-25 in Dickinson   ( 2014-01-15 )
This is an opportunity to connect with and learn from the experts about the regulations, the science behind the issues and reclamation approaches on oil development.
Renewable Accounts: The Championship Football Series and Biofuel Analogy   ( 2013-12-27 )
The NCAA Division I Football Championship series that the NDSU Bison are returning to for the third straight year provides the basis for an analogy with the renewable fuel standard, which is the federal policy that mandates minimum biofuel use.
Renewable Accounts: Keep Your Eyes on Washington   ( 2013-11-13 )
Continued competitive pricing of higher blends of ethanol would move a lot of fuel.
Renewable Accounts: Energy Independence   ( 2013-09-17 )
We still do not produce all of the energy that we consume.
Renewable Accounts: Taking Notice of E85   ( 2013-09-04 )
This year or next, more ethanol will be mandated to be used than can be blended into E10. The issue has been dubbed the “blend wall.”
Renewable Accounts: Disruptive Gas   ( 2013-08-15 )
Natural gas is among the biggest issues in renewables because its low cost has disrupted global energy and manufacturing, including biofuels and bioproducts.
Spotlight on Economics: Cost of Living in Western N.D. Counties   ( 2013-07-23 )
How do these price changes affect the welfare of western North Dakotans? Additionally, what are the impacts of these economic activities on the rest of the state?
Renewable Accounts: Energy Returns on Biofuels   ( 2013-07-19 )
The results can vary greatly depending on the data and assumptions used.
Renewable Accounts: Climate Change Plans Important to N.D.   ( 2013-07-03 )
The administration’s plans are important to North Dakota, its businesses and residents because of the size of our energy and agricultural sectors and the energy budgets in many businesses and households.
Renewable Accounts: Why Support Bioenergy and Bioproducts?   ( 2013-06-20 )
The price of oil is at a level that many biofuels and bioproducts can compete against oil on a purely financial basis without even mentioning the environmental, rural economic development or energy security impacts.
Renewable Accounts: Narrowing the Scope of Bioproducts   ( 2013-06-07 )
The definition of bioproducts that I use in practice is products made using biomass that have a fossil fuel-based analog.
Renewable Accounts: A New Column   ( 2013-05-31 )
My job at NDSU is to develop (research) and provide science-based knowledge on the economics of producing, transporting, converting and marketing biomass into bioproducts.
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Spotlight on Economics: Projections of Employment, Housing and Population for Western N.D.   ( 2013-03-07 )
One of the first steps is understanding that projections of future oil activity do not exhibit the classic boom-and-bust cycles the state has experienced in the past.
Oil Patch School Enrollment to Continue Rising   ( 2013-03-06 )
Growth will require school districts to add classrooms and teachers and perhaps school buildings, depending on circumstances and existing infrastructure within individual school districts.
Spotlight on Economics: Population Projections for Williston Basin   ( 2013-03-01 )
Standard demographic models and methods historically used to project population are inadequate because of the very rapid rate of change in western North Dakota and the unique nature of the Williston Basin workforce.

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