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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Nov 11, 2013 10:32 PM CST

I spent some time Monday listening to a couple of bankers from North Dakota talk about the impacts of the Bakken shale oil development while I watched the emails flow about the Associated Press article declaring that the push for ethanol has led to disastrous outcomes.

I could write a piece about the Bakken development that would take the same approach with oil and natural gas development in North Dakota that the Associated Press did with ethanol in Iowa.

Virgin ground in North Dakota is being dozed, backhoed and drilled so we can release more fossil fuels into the air. ...

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