Ruminations, Celebrations and Anything Else We Want to Publish
12 September 2018
Roughneck Coffee was created around the idea of sharing our love of coffee and celebrating the people of the oil and gas industry. We are pleased to announce that Roughneck Coffee is now the official coffee of the North Dakota Petroleum Council.
16 July 2018
Roughneck Coffee took the chance to join in the fun at this year's Williston Area Chamber of Commerce Rockin' Ribfest on Saturday July 14th. The event includes vendors, live music, beer gardens, games for the kids and all that centers around the rib cook off. The new venue at Williston State College provided a wide spread of activities and a chance for people to spread out on the lawn and enjoy all the event had to offer.
13 July 2018
Roughneck Coffee served up our Frac Fuel and Shale Shaker during the Williston API Golf Tournament held July 13th and 14th.The event is held annually allowing API members and others in the oil and gas industry the opportunity to network and enjoy some golf while raising money to support the community.
25 June 2018
When this journey began, connecting with people of the oil and gas industry around our love of coffee was at the core of our purpose. The people we’ve met and the connections we’ve made are what drive this company. Well, that and great coffee.
7 June 2018
The Miss North Dakota Pageant is held in June each year in Williston, North Dakota. This year Miss America 2018, Cara Mund, is attending the North Dakota pageant where her road to the national title began last year. During her visit, she was able to meet and visit with several women from the oil and gas industry
31 May 2018
This weekend, Alex Thatcher will be celebrated with a co-ed softball tournament. This is the second annual tournament and fundraiser to honor Alex’s memory.
25 May 2018
We attended the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference last week where it was clear that exciting things are happening in the oil and gas industry in the Bakken region. The tone of this years’ conference was one of optimism. With 230 exhibitors and over 2,000 registered attendees, it’s clear that things are looking up.