Harold Hamm & North Dakota
Harold Hamm (born December 11, 1945) is an American oilman who was ranked in the March 2012 issue of Forbes as the 30th richest person in America and 76th richest person in the world, with a net worth of $11 billion. North Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States, along the Canadian border./5
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It was nice to see the governor of North Dakota, Harold Hamm, at the Trump festivities.
Harold Hamm, CEO of North Dakota producer just endorsed Donald Trump for president
Harold Hamm, chairman of Continental Resources Inc., the Oklahoma City-based energy company that focuses much of its exploration in the Bakken of North Dakota and Montana, was ordered to pay $972 million to his wife as part of a divorce proceeding completed today, according to an 80-page court rulin…
Obama's Work Trap By Lawrence Kudlow February 8, 2014 6:48 am So let me get this right. Team Obama taxes millionaires who create jobs, while Obamacare creates incentives not to work at those jobs. No wonder recovery is so anemic. The policy here is to create fewer jobs and induce people to work less at those jobs. If my logic is correct, this runs counter to the most basic principles of our economy and our country. I thought the American Idea (see Jack Kemp and Paul Ryan) had at least something to do with the virtues of work, family and opportunity. But what I see from the Obama administration are policies that undermine these ideals. Here's a contrasting vision: Last week I interviewed the great entrepreneur Harold Hamm, the CEO of Continental Resources, who has harnessed the technologies of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing to completely revolutionize the energy sector of our economy. He has turned North Dakota into Saudi Arabia. Energy independence is in sight. Now, the energy sector is resp ...
Senate sets hearings on crude export ban Oilpatchasia published on January 25, 2014 The U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will hold hearings next Thursday to hear from witnesses in favor and against new rules to relax restrictions on American exports of crude oil. The senate panel is headed Ron Wyden, D-Ore.. Export licenses are generally handled by the Commerce Department. The senate committee wants to understand how relaxing export restrictions would impact consumers. Witnesses Thursday are scheduled to include Harold Hamm, the CEO of Continental Resources — a major producer of Bakken crude in North Dakota. Another witness will be energy expert Amy Myers Jaffe of the University of California. Others include Daniel Weiss from the Center for American Progress and Graeme Burnett from Delta Air Lines. “Policymakers are under growing pressure from major business groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the American Petroleum Institute, to lift the ban. But the [Obama] adminis . ...
Harold Hamm, North Dakota's king, says XL is no longer needed to transport Bakken crude.
Recently Harold Hamm stated North Dakota s Bakken Oilfield has enough oil in place to meet the nations demand for hundreds of years. There's enough...
Thanks Ron Sims: How a Romney Presidency Would Devastate National Parks and Public Lands | The Nation "But the Republican ticket’s hostility to the conservationist ethos isn’t fiscal; it’s ideological. Last year, Ryan voted for an unsuccessful amendment that would have repealed the president’s power to name new national monuments, as enshrined in Theodore Roosevelt’s Antiquities Act of 1906 and utilized by 16 of the 19 presidents since then. And when Romney ridiculed Obama in their second debate for taking action against North Dakota companies accused of allowing oil to spill into neighboring wetlands, he tossed the words “migratory bird act” out like a punch line. Romney did not mention that the chairman and CEO of one of those companies, Continental Resources, is multi-billionaire Harold Hamm, recently described by the Wall Street Journal as the “discoverer” of North Dakota’s oil. He is also Romney’s chief energy advisor and a major fundraiser. By early September, Hamm had already ...
It's funny that Romney's energy advisor, Harold Hamm, opposed the Keystone XL until he won a sweetheart deal to run it through North Dakota.
Obama's chief energy guy is a Berkeley professor. Romney's is Harold Hamm, fracking honcho in North Dakota.
Harold Hamm, founder of Continental Resources, the nation’s ninth-largest oil producer with the largest presence in North Dakota’s booming Bakken rock formation, announced a $10 million gift to the University of North Dakota.
The Romney Recovery will be led by this American energy revolution. With a president who is determined to take advantage of this incredible new potential (rather than hinder it as President Obama has — almost all of the new production has taken place on private rather than public lands) there’s no reason the rest of America can’t share in the prosperity North Dakota has prefaced. Harold Hamm, the man who led the way in developing North Dakota’s Bakken shale, is the perfect champion for these new possibilities under a Romney administration. He’s already one of Governor Romney’s top energy advisors. Hamm would make a far better Secretary of Energy than Steven Chu, who apparently assured President Obama that he shouldn’t worry about high gas prices because we would all be driving battery powered cars by now. Secretary Chu himself, of course, doesn’t even own a car. Mr. Hamm spoke at one of the workshops I hosted at the Republican National Convention last month, dubbed Newt University by the R ...
you hear the words "Keystone Pipeline" and the number of jobs it will create.But you don't hear much about Harold Hamm, chairman of Romney's Energy Policy Advisory Council. He's also CEO of Continental Resources which owns a oil field in North Dakota that would connet directly to the Gulf of Mexico through the completed Keystone Pipeline it cloaks what thr NRDC sees as the pipeline's true intention to "raise the price of US and Canadian crude making billionaires like Hamm millions
Harold Hamm: North Dakota production about to hit its stride
Oilman Harold Hamm on "America’s premier state" – North Dakota – and its very bright future, thanks to Bakken oil
I'm heading to North Dakota for a story on oil magnate & Romney donor Harold Hamm, who grew up picking cotton and is now worth $5 billion
Dear Friend, Unfortunately, we all know what to expect from Kevin Cramer. Cramer, along with his primary opponent Brian Kalk, are being sued for accepting campaign money from the corporations they were supposed to be regulating as Public Service Commissioners. This week, Cramer took it a step further, when he told a room full of out-of-state oil and gas interests that he promised to "stay out of their way" if elected to Congress. He did this at a $1000-a-plate fundraiser hosted by Oklahoma-based oil baron Harold Hamm. In January, Bloomberg Businessweek called Hamm "The Man Who Bought North Dakota." If I am elected to Congress, I'll work for the people of North Dakota, not out-of-state special interests. Will you get me there by contributing $25 today? North Dakota has been blessed with bountiful resources, and we only have one chance to get this right for our state. A wise leader knows we must help our state profit from these resources while providing for our citizens. I will be that leader for North D ...
The influence of money in politics is getting worse by the day. The billionaires' influence, especially in the Romney camp, is beyond just supporting a candidate. One, in particular, who has given several million $ to Romney and is head of Romney's energy Advisory Board, Harold Hamm. He is CEO of Continental Resources, one of the nation’s largest independent energy companies and leading developer and owner of more than 600,000 acres in the Bakken Oil Field in North Dakota. How do you spell influence?? $
Now you know who is running the show in the North Dakota oil fields. WASHINGTON (AP) - Oklahoma oil billionaire Harold Hamm didn't wait long to give almost $1 million to a group supporting Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney after he became Romney's top energy adviser in March. Campaign reports show that just weeks after joining the Romney campaign, Hamm gave $985,000 to a pro-Romney super PAC. Hamm's company, Continental Resources Inc., oversees oilfield stakes in North Dakota and Montana. Hamm has been disdainful of President Barack Obama's energy policies. On his website, Hamm complains that the Obama administration has "done everything in their power to stop fossil fuel usage." Hamm matched his contributions with his role personally advising Romney on energy policy, blurring the line between the campaign and the super PACs that support them but are legally barred from coordinating with candidates.
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