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ENERGY AND MINING

Last year, the administration initiated a mineral withdrawal for the same watershed as the Boundary Waters.
Two Montana cryptocurrency companies debuted plans to develop a massive data center west of Williston, with aims of achieving a 700-megawatt scale within two years.
The rules governing the carbon-injection wells for most states require federal approval with the first permits taking around six years to win a green light.
It's the second time the Center for Biological Diversity has filed such a lawsuit.

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A Texas company said in a report to North Dakota regulators that someone opened valves at one of their well sites during the night, causing more than 18,000 gallons of brine water to spill.
PolyMet is planning an open-pit mine, tailings basin and processing facility near Hoyt Lakes and Babbitt. The mine would be the first of its kind in Minnesota.
More than 33,000 gallons of highly concentrated salt water spilled at a disposal well site operated by the Canadian company Crescent Point Energy.
North Dakota's flagship, $1 billion carbon capture venture moved a step forward Friday with a key greenlight from top state regulators.
McLean County enacted restrictions on the development of new wind projects in response to plans for the retirement of Coal Creek Station, North Dakota's largest coal plant. But with a deal nearly secure to save the plant, local officials and project developers expect the local ordinances to fall.
A western North Dakota judge ruled in favor of Newfield Exploration and against North Dakota in October.

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North Dakota has pursued a legal challenge to a moratorium that President Biden's administration imposed for oil leasing on federal lands. Lease sales are slated to reopen in North Dakota in the coming months.
While numerous other oil and gas producing states joined a single lawsuit to challenge an executive order by President Biden last year, North Dakota has opted to pursue a solo case against the administration.
Industry experts say solar is one of the next potential changes in the energy field.

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