Office of House Speaker Charles McCall Note: Corrections were made to assignments to the Business and Commerce, Common Education, County and Municipal Government, Energy, General Government, and Transportation committees; the Insurance Committee was added to the committee schedule. OKLAHOMA CITY – House of Representatives committee assignments and schedules for the 58th Oklahoma Legislature were made Friday. The House will operate with 30 standing committees and 10 appropriations and budget subcommittees for the two-year session beginning […]
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Jack Money | USA Today Presidential administrations and Congresses throughout the past 40 years undoubtedly worked to nudge the nation’s energy and climate-related policies one way or another. Debates about ways to support the energy industry both in Oklahoma and across the nation have been part of every presidential and congressional election since the 1980s, […]
Jack Money | The Oklahoman Debates about ways to support the energy industry both in Oklahoma and across the nation have been part of every presidential and congressional election since the 1980s, and subsequent governmental actions have prompted applause or angst as they have helped or hurt energy production along the way. That’s no surprise. […]
Jerry Bohnen | Oklahoma Energy Today The chairman of the Oklahoma Energy Producers Alliance suggested that it’s time the legislature and state regulators of the oil and gas industry recognize what has happened to the industry and the state because of the COVID-19 pandemic. And he notes when the industry asked for help, it didn’t […]
Erin Beu | KOCO News 5 Nine days until the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, and oil executives in Oklahoma are making plans for what they say will be a tough era. Biden promised a carbon-neutral nation by 2050. KOCO 5 asked executives how they’re feeling. “Get rid of the oil and gas companies? Will […]
As an update to the recent letters sent from the Seminole Nation regarding fees, Attorney General Mike Hunter sent a strong letter to the Seminole Nation that you can read HERE.
As an update to the recent letters sent from the Seminole Nation regarding fees, you can read an updated opinion from our General Counsel, Lee Levinson – click HERE to read it.
We have been notified that members in the Seminole Nation area have received a letter proposing an 8% severance fee on production. See the letter HERE. This is the same letter that the Seminole Nation sent out 2 years ago and we still have the same opinion as before – this request is still not valid. We want […]