July 2021, Vol. 248, No. 7


Williston Basin Petroleum Conference: Talking to Two Titans in the Oil Patch

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor    When billionaire oil man Harold Hamm travels to North Dakota to visit one of his favorite shale plays in the Bakken, he is sure to take a rifle and one of his favorite dogs. If prompted, Hamm will talk about his hunting dog and the litter of pups it recently fathered that “all look just like his beagle retriever.”    When he isn’t hunting pheasant with folks like Ron Ness, CEO of the North Dakota Petroleum Council, Hamm and the company he founded, Continental Resources Inc., are hunting for oil and gas in the Bakken and other unconventional basins in his native Oklahoma, the Rockies and elsewhere.   The thirteenth child of

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