Antelope Valley Power Plant in Beulah
North Dakota is one of the leading state's in wind energy production
Oil drilling rigs can be found throughout northwestern North Dakota
A wind turbine in a sunflower field


North Dakota produces vast amounts of energy from the many abundant sources available. From coal and oil to wind and solar, energy sources complement each other providing reliable, redundant availability to power the surrounding states with reliable deliveries to fuel and electricity. 

Energy in North Dakota has been making a lot of national headlines. In fact, North Dakota is currently the second-largest producer of crude oil in the U.S. Whether it’s wind-energy and landscapes full of wind turbines, or massive amounts of oil found in the Bakken Formation, the words "energy" and "North Dakota" go together.

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