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Daisy Creager | The Journal Record A bill creating a task force to evaluate the impacts of new drilling on existing wells, a topic that has horizontal and vertical drillers at odds, is moving to the Oklahoma Senate Appropriations Committee after winning unanimous approval from the Senate Energy Committee on Thursday. Read More.
Mike Cantrell | The Journal Record Number four of the Rotary Club’s Four-Way Test – whether something is beneficial to all concerned – comes to mind when observing the ongoing dispute between a segment of the state’s oil and gas industry and the state’s county commissioners and municipal governments. The Oklahoma Energy Producers Alliance, made up of […]
Daisy Creager | The Journal Record The Oklahoma Corporation Commission will consider a rule proposed by Devon Energy that would require vertical drilling operators to take action to reduce environmental impact of horizontal drilling prior to and during the drilling process. The rule will need to receive two out of three votes to progress to […]
Mike Averill | Tulsa World Some vertical well operators are concerned about a proposed revision of oil and gas conservation rules determining the responsibility for environmental cleanup in cases involving horizontal drilling. Leaders of the Oklahoma Energy Producers Alliance, which represents vertical producers, believe the revisions would unfairly favor horizontal drillers. At the core of […]
The Williams well in Kingfisher County was fracked into in January 2019. Frack fluid came up our wellbore and overflowed the tanks.
David Blackmon | Forbes With various state legislatures gearing up around the country, it is timely to take a look at how the oil and gas industry might be impacted in some of the key oil patch states. Two of the big ones – Texas and Oklahoma – are especially interesting for different reasons. Oklahoma […]
Ben Steverman | Bloomberg Hailing from opposite ends of the ideological spectrum, George Kaiser and Harold Hamm have each invested heavily in the Sooner State. George Kaiser, a 76-year-old Oklahoma banker and oilman giving away almost his entire $10.5 billion fortune, wants higher taxes on his own industry. He’s bankrolling trendy neighborhoods in Tulsa, an early-childhood […]