Monthly Archive: February 2016

Permits to Drill March 1, 2016

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Completion Reports March 1, 2016

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Gas Prices Going Up Again in Oklahoma

Gasoline prices in Oklahoma are on the rise, moving higher and faster than other parts of the country, reaching a new statewide average of $1.64 per gallon, according to the latest Fuel Gauge Report from AAA Oklahoma. The new average is up 30 cents fro…

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Enable Midstream Gets New Board Member

Oklahoma City-based Enable Midstream Partners, LP announced the naming of an independent director to its board of directors. He is energy industry veteran Ronnie K. Irani, president and CEO of RKI Energy Resources whose appointment is effect Marc…

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Enable Midstream Gets New Board Member

Oklahoma City-based Enable Midstream Partners, LP announced the naming of an independent director to its board of directors. He is energy industry veteran Ronnie K. Irani, president and CEO of RKI Energy Resources whose appointment is effect March 1, 2…

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Corporation Commission Targets Rules Changes for Shutdown of Injection Wells

When the Oklahoma Corporation Commission holds a regular meeting on Wednesday, it will attempt to make rule changes resulting from the December 2015 decision by SandRidge Energy to fight the shutdown and reduction of operation of some of its wast…

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Corporation Commission Targets Rules Changes for Shutdown of Injection Wells

When the Oklahoma Corporation Commission holds a regular meeting on Wednesday, it will attempt to make rule changes resulting from the December 2015 decision by SandRidge Energy to fight the shutdown and reduction of operation of some of its wastewater…

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More Quakes Rattle the State

While the Oklahoma Corporation Commission studies the impact of its latest steps in controlling earthquakes and wastewater disposal wells, northern Oklahoma was shaken by more earthquakes.
Two happened Monday morning near Mooreland. The first wa…

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More Quakes Rattle the State

While the Oklahoma Corporation Commission studies the impact of its latest steps in controlling earthquakes and wastewater disposal wells, northern Oklahoma was shaken by more earthquakes.
Two happened Monday morning near Mooreland. The first was at 3…

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Pipeline Safety Hearing to be Held Tuesday by Rep. Mullin and Others

Oklahoma congressman Markwayne Mullin and others on a subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee will hold a legislative hearing on Tuesday to examine the nation’s pipeline safety reauthorization.
Five witnesses will appear before t…

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