- published: 04 Jul 2013
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A young woman, lured to North Dakota for a truck-driving job in the oil industry, shares her agonizing existence in an isolated boomtown. Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n During the oil boom in North Dakota a lot of people went out there looking for work. Some of them hoping to make their fortune. This young woman didn't have the same experience as some of her peers. Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1dtkWbG --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytvideo Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Instagram: http://instagram.com/nytvideo Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the lates...
Brady hauls frac sand in dry bulk pneumatic tankers for the oilfield and other industries. This NPR story focuses on the oilfield worker shortage, but Jason Crowell, Recruiting and Retention Manager for Brady Trucking was interviewed to talk about Truck Drivers and a national shortage of the CDL specific skill.
A short list of stuff to bring with you for work.
Hop on Board the Northern Pacific Railroad, take a ride on an ox cart or cruise down the Missouri River for a whirlwind tour of North Dakota's transportation history. Produced by Prairie Public Television and the North Dakota Department of Transportation, Rivers, Roads, Rails and Air shows how North Dakota's transportation has changed throughout history and how North Dakota's history has been tied to those changes. Rivers, Roads, Rails and Air uses archival photos and film and interviews with historians, longtime North Dakota residents and transportation experts to detail transportation in North Dakota, from its early beginnings to the present. This Prairie Public Classic documentary was first aired in 1996.
Follow along as i take you though the process of my day hauling production water. This field is approximately 30 mile from the nearest highway. It take about an hour and a half to get into the field. A two load day is a full day.
Showing yall something of hauling water
How to haul production water in north Dakota 3-28-12
VLOGS FROM THE PAST! catch up on where we've been the past year! Yesterday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYZOsbcgRJE A week ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U6MsWd0pE0 A month ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghXR47bnUGc 6 months ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_LvKPyyQC8 A YEAR AGO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PM5S2rNfxNE Welcome to "My Life Daily" - MLD I'm Josh, a simple man from Manitoba Canada. I document and video blog (vlog) about my life and situations I find myself in on a day to day basis. Hit that subscribe button and follow me and my dog Diesel on our daily journey travelling across all North America. Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/truckerjosh456 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/truckerjosh456 Instagram: http://instagram.com/trucker_josh DIESEL ...
Crude oil hauling.
Showing a wind generator blade being transported, pulling out of the truck stop. You can see the rear wheels turning, they are powered by an engine on the rear wheel set.
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Videos about experiences of ND Oilfield and more.
Another segment of my Sept, 2014 Amtrak trip. More than half shot with an Iphone 5S. I think the slight buzzing sound is the way I had the Iphone against the window and the train motion caused it to vibrate. Other videos from this Sept, 2014 trip: https://youtu.be/dk7JAHVckGY https://youtu.be/GwOvmtSa0nA https://youtu.be/Z8UKA9QZJEE https://youtu.be/m8vTKd8xY8Q https://youtu.be/2OvTuoR6XQ0
afa-online.org Take a look inside one of the thousands of animal transport trucks on the road today. We've all seen the trucks from the outside, but this is your chance to see what these individuals experience on the inside. According to the truck driver, these cows are six hours into their long, cold trip from North Dakota to a slaughterhouse in Omaha, Nebraska. The temperature outside was around 30 degrees when this video was taken, but the animals were to be transported through the night when the temperature dropped even lower. The driver said the cows would not be given any food or water or let out of the truck for the entire length of the trip. He confirmed that many of the cows you see in this video were used for milk production and were now too weak to survive another winter. He a...