North Dakota has become a national leader in a diverse range of energy resources. Known for its non-renewable energy resources like oil, gas, and coal, North Dakota is also recognized as a growing hub of wind, biofuel and by-product processing energy generation.



Central Location

The Bismarck-Mandan region’s central proximity to the state’s natural resources – oil, natural gas, coal, water, and wind make it an ideal location for businesses within the industry.Companies involved in support activities for all energy sector operations will nd the centralized location bene cial in reaching all regions of the state. Bismarck-Mandan alsofeatures multiple regulatory agencies, making the area an ideal location for corporate,subsidiary, or regional of ces of companies operating in the state.


Developing Tomorrow’s Energy Workforce

Bismarck State College’s National Energy Center of Excellence (NECE) has received the U.S. Department of Energy Designation as a premier national power plant operations, technology and education center and provides the Bismarck-Mandan region with a dedicated workforce trained in exceptional programs led by an industry-experienced faculty.


Energy Headquarters

Bismarck-Mandan has a well-established history of supporting the state’s energy sector as alocation of corporate and regional of ces, oil eld support services, oil re ning, and powergeneration. The region features multiple large energy sector anchors including: Basin Electric Power Cooperative, MDU Resources Group, Marathon Petroleum, BNI Coal, and North American Coal Corporation.