Oklahoma:

Oklahoma Budget Crisis Spurs Battle Among Oilmen

An impasse among Oklahoma lawmakers over how to fix the state’s worst budget problem in decades has sent the legislature spiraling into chaos and focused blame on the usually sacrosanct oil and natural gas industry…

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Dueling Protests Debate Oil Production Tax Rate in Oklahoma

It was dueling tax protesters day Thursday at the state Capitol. About 200 state employees and educators showed up to the morning to push for a flat 7 percent tax on oil and gas production,…

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Oil Companies to Buy Treated Wastewater in Oklahoma

Two companies drilling for oil and natural gas in west central Oklahoma have found a source of water protected against drought and water rationing. “As long as we’re flushing the toilets, we can supply water…

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Oil Companies Promote Oklahoma Oil Fields

Oil and natural gas companies doing business in Oklahoma continued to praise the state’s premier fields this week, announcing stronger-than-expected well results and plans for more drilling over the next year. The announcements were made…

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New Gas Pipeline to Serve Oklahoma’s STACK, SCOOP Plays

Enable Midstream Partners will build a new pipeline designed to transport up to 400 million cubic feet of natural gas per day from central Oklahoma’s STACK and SCOOP fields, the company said Wednesday. Project Wildcat…

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Devon to Sell $1 Billion in Assets, Including Some Barnett

Devon Energy plans to sell off $1 billion worth of assets, including part of its holding in the Barnett Shale in north Texas, to focus more on drilling in Oklahoma, west Texas and New Mexico….

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