(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota’s oil production is bouncing back after a stormy April. The State Mineral Resources Department says production in May reached over one million barrels per day, close to March’s total. April production dropped below a million barrels daily for the first time in two years. Production peaked in November 2019 at more than one-point-five million barrels a day.
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