With an english degree from The University of Maine and a masters in journalism from Columbia University, Ernest Scheyder is an energy correspondent with Reuters.
Marin Katusa’s book, ‘The Colder War’ was recently released and is available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com as well as other book outlets.
A a very fast growing publication in The Bakken is The Williston Wire. They report on new businesses in Williston, ND as well as other stories from The Williston Economic Development office.
Shawn Wenko of Williston, ND has taken over the reins as executive director of Williston Economic Development and vows to remain optimistic in the “Build Williston” initiative.
Mayor Brent Sanford of Watford City, ND talks about one of America’s fastest growing communities where 40% of his communities elementary students are considered homeless.
Stephanie Hoffart, the new president of The Minot Area Development Corporation, informs us about Minot’s history of assisting new businesses, incentives they offer entrepreneurs today, the attraction of The Port of North Dakota to some businesses and much, much more.
From the Port of North Dakota to the new Market Place, a revitalized downtown district and much more, Minot, ND is in very capable hands of it’s leaders, including Minot Chamber of Commerce President L. John MacMartin and Board of Directors Chairman Randy Hauck.
Minot, ND Mayor Chuck Barney recently took the reins of mayor of the 4th largest city in North Dakota. He inherited an abandoned home problem caused by the 2011 Souris River flood and his city is under some major renovations, from the airport to the Port of North Dakota and more.
An article titled “North Dakota’s Oil Bonanza is Unsustainable” on ESPN’s www.fivethirtyeight.com recently grabbed our attention. It was written by a former Wall Street Journal reporter who is now the chief economics reporter for the site. His name is Ben Cassleman and we discuss the article and much more with him on this episode of more »
Michael Kelly’s presentation at The 2014 Williston Basin Petroleum Conference titled ‘The Next Best Thing’ was standing room only, attended by numerous executives and experts in petroleum exploration and production as well as numerous entrepreneurs.