Sunday , May 26 2019

Sale of massive West Texas ranch could lead to a growing water fight with New Mexico

Another massive ranch in West Texas is for sale and a Fort Worth water company could end up being the new owner with intentions of selling water for oil and gas exploration in Texas and New Mexico. But New Mexico officials might not like it. The Dallas Morning News reported …

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Williams CEO to seek new investors in New York

Reaching out to potential new investors, Williams President and CEO Alan Armstrong plans to present at an upcoming conference in New York. He’ll take part in Bernstein’s 35th annual Strategic Decisions Conference on Thursday, May 30 at around 3 p.m. Oklahoma time. It is in New York where Williams is …

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Halliburton sets date to release 2Q earnings report

Leadership at Halliburton Company say they will hold a conference call after releasing second quarter 2019 financial results in July. It will be held at 8 a.m. Central Time on Monday, July 22. The results will be released prior to the conference call. Shareholders will learn if the second quarter …

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ONEOK directors elected at annual meeting

  The votes have been finalized in the election of 11 members to the Board of  Directors at ONEOK Inc. The voting was carried out at the annual shareholders meeting. Those chosen to serve one-year terms were: Brian L. Derksen, Julie H. Edwards, John W. Gibson, Mark W. Helderman, Randall …

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FCC Chairman makes first visit to Oklahoma and talks of “robocalls”

Attorney General Mike Hunter welcomed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai to Oklahoma over the past week. The two scheduled the meeting as part of the chairman’s first trip to Oklahoma as head of the FCC to discuss consumer protection issues, namely robocalls, and the state and federal government’s …

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Flooded River forces shutdown of Holly Frontier refinery in Tulsa

Flooding on the Arkansas River in Tulsa has forced the shutdown of the Holly Frontier refinery. Operators made the decision Thursday afternoon saying it would be a temporary shutdown until flood conditions improve. “Due to high water in the Tulsa area, the HollyFrontier Tulsa Refinery is temporarily shutting down operations …

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Wind turbine collapses during strong winds in northern Oklahoma

Those wind turbines across Oklahoma are supposed  to withstand strong winds, but one collapsed this week in northern Oklahoma. It was near Hunter where a turbine to Enel Green buckled as 40 mile an hour winds swept across the Chisholm View II wind farm. The farm extends into Grant and …

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Oklahoma NARO members are told they are ‘voters’ too

As members of the Oklahoma National Association of Royalty Owners gathered Thursday in Oklahoma City, their national leader reminded them they re also voters whose voices can and should be heard by elected officials. Grant Back, the National Executive Director of NARO told the opening session, “Royalty owners are voters …

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Floodwater advice from DEQ

With the Memorial Day holiday approaching, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) encourages Oklahomans to visit the state’s lakes, rivers, or streams. While recreating at these natural water bodies, DEQ reminds you to follow some simple tips to help keep you and your family safe while swimming, boating, canoeing, or enjoying other water …

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WPX finalizes sale of its portion of Permian Basin pipeline

Tulsa’s WPX Energy has gained $350 million in the sale of its joint project in the Oryx II pipeline in the Permian Basin.The company announced the sale was completed this week. WPX Energy had 25 percent equity interest and received the net proceeds of nearly $350 million after adjusting for …

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