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“Oil and Natural Gas Production Drives Electricity Boom”

Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas boom is a big electricity hog, and rural utilities are struggling to keep up. Source: […]

“OKC Has No Extra Water to Sell for Norman’s Use”

OKC “has no water to sell” these days, so Norman is relying on mandatory conservation and hoping the state Department […]

“Legislative Shortsightedness On Water May Harm Oklahoma”

Previous generations of state leaders planned for water needs decades into the future. With drought and a rapidly aging infrastructure, […]

Limestone Miners Avoid New Tax Again This Session

Logan Layden / StateImpact Oklahoma State Sen. Frank Simpson, R-Springer, in his office at his Capitol office. An effort to […]

“Oklahoma Drought Relief Fund is Proposed”

A legislative committee on Monday approved two bills that would set up a drought relieve fund to help ranchers, farmers […]

House Passes New Corporate Governance Law for Chesapeake Energy

The Oklahoma House on Tuesday approved a bill that would change state laws governing how the directors of public companies […]

Why the State Doesn’t Regulate Oil and Gas in Osage County

In any other county in Oklahoma, the state’s oil and gas regulator could address the dangerous hydrogen sulfide gas venting […]

“SandRidge Shareholder Vote Could Have Broader Implications for Oklahoma City”

An ongoing shareholder vote at SandRidge raises big questions about who’s investing, why they’re buying in, what their goals are, […]

Uncertainty and Austerity at Chesapeake Energy is Making Oklahoma City Anxious

Oklahoma City is on edge. Nonprofits are worried. When headlines broke this summer scrutinizing the company and CEO Aubrey McClendon’s […]

House Committee Votes to Repeal Oklahoma’s Water for 2060 Act

Oklahoma House of Representatives State Rep. Paul Wesselhoft, R-Moore A Oklahoma House committee on Wednesday approved a bill that would […]

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