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treis is dow more tha fifty percet i the past year traders ad producers are icreasigly lookig for ew clues to give them a edge i the market keepig tabs o everythig from ivetory to iterest rate , but i oe oil boomtow reuters eergy correspodet erie shutters there's there's aother idicator they could look at , just goig about gettig it is a bit icky , i was oe of the busiest oil boom tows the uited states actually figure out how may people live i it borders , the aswer is simple sewage , here i willisto orth dakota officials have bee trackig sewage well for years ad comig up with a rough umber that they say it higher tha what the u. s. ad klas ad other govermet agecies tabulate , that perhaps more accurate umber is worryig officials because curretly would levels are showig a decliig populatio , before had sir do to the iflux of workers the bach ad shale bloom brought that led to a wave of public works projects like the oe right behid me a uclear treatmet plat goig ito willis i a park about a hudred five millio dollars ad should be fiished by twety sevetee , i shudder says by that time there may be o eed for a ewer bigger , the populatio cotiues to fall , ad if oil prices cotiued their dowward tred wilkis may other log term developmet projects , could ed up i the toilet