December 13, 2010
For months now, I've been looking at the North Dakota crude prices and wondering what the difference is between "N.D. sour" and "N.D. sweet."
We publish the market prices every day. On Friday, the sweet price was $80 per barrel, while the sour price was $76.64.
As retail prices for crude oil continue an upward climb, consumers are watching their gasoline consumption closer and thinking twice before traveling...
Gas Prices Remain Stubbornly High: http://www.willistonherald.com/news/gas-prices-remain-stubbornly-high/article_1c93e449-7bb3-5690-8b84-52c6f843f975....
April 14, 2004
Sweet, Sour & Worth a Ton of Money: http://www.willistonherald.com/opinion/columnists/sweet-sour-and-worth-a-ton-of-money/article_dc9357dc-895c-5cc3-b...
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