Since its inception in 1992, RBDMS has aided partner states in increasing the efficiency of mission critical regulatory tasks; thereby saving valuable tax payer dollars and ensuring environmental protection.
Take a look at these specific examples of RBDMS successes and hear from RBDMS partners and advocates as they discuss the value of RBDMS to its community of users and the states.
Read how RBDMS improved these customers' day-to-day work.
The North Dakota Industrial Commission (NDIC) Oil and Gas Division installed RBDMS in 2002 to track oil and gas data collected during the regulatory process. RBDMS provided a robust database that was able to adapt with NDIC during the Bakken boom. Now NDIC is beginning the process of upgrading to RBDMS…
Bakken Oil Boom
In 2010 Williston was a quiet town in rural northwestern North Dakota with a population of 14,700. Within four years the population had more than doubled and rent prices soared to levels usually only seen in New York City or San Francisco. This huge influx of people was driven by the…
Oklahoma Earthquakes on the Rise
In 2013, the state of Oklahoma experienced 109-magnitude 3+ earthquakes. In 2015, that number had increased by 732 percent to 907-magnitude 3+ earthquakes. Oklahoma has historically experienced some level of seismicity, but nothing to this extent. This dramatic…
Q&A with RBDMS Users
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