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Lake Texoma Residents Say They Don’t Want to Horde Water, But Feel Ignored

Lake Texoma is really feeling the effects of the ongoing drought. Powered by WPeMatico

“Oil and Gas Tax Breaks Leaving Millions on the Table in Oklahoma”

Tax breaks for horizontal drilling are expected to cost $307 million in 2014 and $305 million in 2015. “In other […]

West Virginia Chemical Spill Prompts Oklahoma Officials to Examine Storage Locations

The West Virginia chemical spill that left 300,000 residents without water has spurred Oklahoma environmental regulators to examine chemical storage […]

With Keystone Pipeline Online, Analysts Expect it to Help Bust Oklahoma’s Oil Glut

The Obama administration still hasn’t decided whether to move forward with the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, which has […]

State Impact: TransCanada Pipeline Controversy

The southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is operational. The pipeline went online yesterday. And soon, more than a […]

Don’t (Completely) Blame the Drought for Increasing Number of Outdoor Burn Bans

11 Oklahoma counties have now issued burn bans because of high fire danger. Powered by WPeMatico

Frustrations and Rumors Bubble to the Surface as Lake Texoma Waters Retreat

Lake Texoma’s level was about 609 feet last week, down from 612 feet two months ago. Powered by WPeMatico

Earthquakes No Danger to Cushing Oil Hub, Energy Officials Say

The Cushing oil hub is crowded with hulking oil tanks, miles of pipeline and countless pumps, compressors and other equipment […]

“Trying to Avoid Another Hot Mess: DEQ Changes Rules to Prevent Shingle Dumps”

Recycling shingles for use in asphalt production is a responsible way to ensure sustainability — if it’s done right. When […]

20 Oklahoma Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas Because of Drought

On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture designated counties in 11 states as primary natural disaster areas. Powered by WPeMatico

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