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Does this signal the end of alternate energy, innovation, and fuel efficiency?
Date: Thursday, July 23 2009
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There may be as many as 503 billion barrels of oil in the Bakken Formation that runs under Saskatchewan, Manitoba, North Dakota and Montana



The Bakken Formation is a 350 million-year-old underground layer of rock that occurs in much of the Williston Basin, a vaguely heart-shaped warp in the otherwise flat prairies on the U.S.-Canada border. It was discovered in 1953 by a geologist named J.W. Nordquist and named after Henry Bakken, owner of the Montana farm where Nordquist first drilled.

http://www.cbc.ca/money/story/2008/05/23/f-langton-bakken.html




Underneath the high, scrub-covered rangeland of northwest Colorado is the world's biggest oil field.

http://talk.livedaily.com/showthread.php?t=545939







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