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“EPA to Review Cleanup of Oklahoma City Superfund Site”

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will conduct a five-year review of Oklahoma City’s Mosley Road Sanitary Landfill, which became a […]

Why Small Solar and Wind Generators Are Worried About Surcharge Legislation

Solar panel and wind turbine technology is improving rapidly, and many small-scale customers are excited by the potential to generate […]

To Frack Wells in Norman, Driller Buys City Drinking Water Right From the Hydrant

For a fee, most municipalities will give contractors and other industrial users a special water meter and temporary access to […]

City of Duncan Considers Drastic Measures As It’s Main Water Source Dries Up

Southwestern Oklahoma continues to be brutalized as it heads into a fourth consecutive year of drought. Powered by WPeMatico

“Even Without Approval, Keystone XL Pipeline Boosts Business”

While the federal government hasn’t decided whether it will approve the northern route of the Keystone XL pipeline, the project, […]

“Study: $6 Billion Spent On Oklahoma Wind Energy”

A industry-commissioned study shows developers have invested $6 billion in Oklahoma’s wind industry, which has 26 active wind farms and […]

Why One Oklahoma Oil Executive Doesn’t Think Oil and Gas Tax Cuts Are Needed

The Kaiser-Francis Oil Company has a lot in common with other storied Oklahoma energy empires. The company has by-the-bootstrap entrepreneurial […]

StateImpact: Why One Oklahoma Oil Executive Doesn’t Think Oil and Gas Tax Cuts Are Needed

A temporary tax break for horizontal drilling expires at the end of the year, and the looming deadline has spurred state lawmakers to re-evaluate overall taxes on oil and gas production.

Legislature Adopts Resolution Asking U.S. Geological Survey for New Red River Study

Water levels at Lake Texoma are way down, and for many reasons. Powered by WPeMatico

Water Board Member Also President of Group That’s Suing Water Board

Tom Buchanan: He’s the vice-chairman of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board. He’s also president of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau. Powered […]

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