North Dakota Jobs

Derrickhand

Derrickhand

*Major Purpose:*
The Derrickhand will play an essential role on a workover rig crew, servicing oil

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58773 Powers Lake, USA

dpaf – Fargo Nd – Lowest unempoyed city in America

The dpaf visits Fargo ND the lowest unemployed city in America. We speak to some major businesses and some start up companies to see what type of jobs are av…

CDL-A Company Drivers – Montana Job

CDL-A Company Drivers – Montana Job

the booming oil field industry, apply today. Overview Drivers haul frac sand to oil sites within the Bakken

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Sidney, USA

Derrickhand

Derrickhand

and gas wells in the Bakken, focusing on duties above the floor
* Perform workover rig services on oil

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58773 Powers Lake, USA

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Info on jobs & opportunities in North Dakota.

Williston: The North Dakota Oil Boom (Documentary)

This is a story about one of the biggest oil booms in American history and a small town forced to evolve into something it has never been before. In the five…

3 million gallons of brine from oil drilling spills in ND

3 million gallons of brine from oil drilling spills in ND
Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater generated by oil drilling have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline, an official said Wednesday, the largest such spill since the state's oil boom began and nearly three times worse than previous record spills. Two …
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Field Service Technician

Field Service Technician

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Business GE Oil & Gas
Business Segment OG-DS Drilling & Surface
About Us GE works on things

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Glendive, USA

Obstetrics & Gynecology – Physician

Obstetrics & Gynecology – Physician

to the oil-rich Bakken, this once sleepy community in Western North Dakota is now 1 of the fastest growing

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Williston, USA

Understanding Hydraulic Fracturing; Tight Oil

An in-depth look at a day on a hydraulic fracturing site in Southern Alberta. The Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources, together with Petrobakken an…

AristaTek, Inc. Releases Written Brief on Explosion, Fireball and Pool Fire Threats from Ignited Crude Oil


Laramie, Wyoming (PRWEB) January 22, 2015

The company will make this brief available at no cost to Hazmat teams, fire departments/fire marshals, sheriffs, LEPC/EMA officials or any other public safety/health professionals to assist in their responsibility to protect their communities. The document is available to those that visit the Company’s web site at http://www.aristatek.com.

This brief entitled ‘Hazards Associated with Spilled Crude Oil’ was written to help with planning and response to accidents involving crude oil by consolidating several key pieces of information important to planners and responders. Crude oil presents several hazards when it is spilled in the environment and summarizes these hazards in a useful table. The first hazards happen when the spilled crude vaporizes, contacts an ignition source, explodes and also rapidly burns in a fireball. The resulting hazards are an explosion who blast is measured in overpressure, and the fireball which has a burn hazard for those standing too close. The other hazard is a burn hazard associated with burning pool of spilled crude. The table offers safe-standoff distances for various quantities of spilled crude for all three hazards. The brief also offers some highlights of the recently issued industry reports on Bakken crude oil detailing characteristics of this type of crude and its lower flash point., and points out several government and industry sources for response information and protocols for emergency response.

“During a train derailment involving crude oil, the immediate threats that responders worry about the most are the vapor cloud explosions and pool fires,” stated Bruce King, CEO of AristaTek. “We felt analyzing these threats and providing an easy to follow table for various quantities of spilled crude would be a useful resource for planners and responders alike.”

According to the American Association of Railroads, there were 362,000 carloads of crude oil shipped in the first three quarters of 2014. This amount is twice that of the same time period only two short years ago in 2012. Several high-profile accidents in 2013 highlighted the inherent dangers this substance can present to communities. Many states have conducted recent surveys of their response capabilities for accidents involving spilled crude and have found their responders largely unprepared for a large accident involving the substance.

“The table of hazards was prepared using our flagship PEAC-WMD software, the world’s leading hazardous materials technical reference and modeling software,” continued King. “Preparing this table and the brief overall is one of our efforts to provide a free but effective resource for those planners and responders attempting to prepare for this threat that isn’t going away any time soon despite the recent drop in oil prices.”

This latest technical brief from AristaTek is a follow-up to their popular brief titled ‘‘Toxic Consequences of Smoke Plumes from Crude Oil Fires’ released in January 2014, which was also prepared in response to the threat of an accident involving crude oil shipments.

About AristaTek

Formed in 1999 by four chemists and engineers who conducted field scale research studies at the Nevada Test Site’s Hazmat Spill Center (HSC) mandated by the 1986 Superfund and Reauthorization Act (SARA) and the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) during the 1990’s, AristaTek has become a leading provider of CBRNE and HAZMAT response and planning solutions to the civilian and military market. PEAC-WMD™, AristaTek’s leading software product, assists in response efforts by consolidating CBRNE & HAZMAT technical reference sources and automating stand-off distance modeling and communication of incident data. The PEAC® software is the industry-standard in the CBRNE & HAZMAT response community, supporting critical CBRNE units such as the National Guard Civil Support Teams (CST), the United States Air Force (USAF) and countless civilian responders worldwide. AristaTek is a certified HUBZone business. For additional information, visit http://www.aristatek.com.







Business Development Representative

Business Development Representative

COMPENSATION: 0-5K base + bonus BENEFITS: Standard LOCATION: North Dakota (Bakken Shale) REPORTING

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58801 Williston, USA

Multi-Skilled Operator – Bakken

Multi-Skilled Operator – Bakken

Title: Multi-Skilled Operator – Bakken Location: NORTH AMERICA-USA-NORTH DAKOTA-WATFORD CITY Job

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Watford City, USA

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Bismarck, North Dakota

Visitor should check out downtown Bismarck for exciting and trendy shops, boutiques, restaurants, and bars, in Bismarck, ND.

Crude Oil Hauler

Crude Oil Hauler

We are seeking qualified, professional, hardworking drivers to haul crude oil in northwestern North

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58769 Palermo, USA