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Aubrey McClendon to Retire as Chesapeake Energy CEO

Chesapeake Energy Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon will retire April 1, the company announced today. In a statement, McClendon cited […]

“Water Supply’s Future: DEQ Is Key To Reusing Resource”

Drought forces Norman to get creative to conserve water. The city wants to water its compost with recycled water instead […]

Oklahoma and the Impending War on Natural Gas Exports

Raw Processor / Flickr Low natural gas prices aren’t good for business in big-energy states like Oklahoma, so producers and […]

“Chesapeake Opens Drill Site to EPA”

Chesapeake Energy will allow EPA scientists to take water samples for “extensive” testing in an investigation over the safety of […]

What Scientists Know and Don’t Know About Disposal Well-Induced Earthquakes

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma Some earthquake seismologists say oil and natural gas disposal wells, like this one near Sparks, […]

“Norman Considers ‘Borrowing’ Water from Del City to Bolster Supply”

Norman: “Hey, can we borrow some of that water you’re not using?” Del City: “Yes. But we may say no […]

State Legislation Filed to Change Chesapeake Corporate Governance Law

Lawmakers in Oklahoma’s House and Senate have filed bills that would change laws that govern how public company directors are […]

“GOP Governors, Canadian Leader Press Obama to Approve Keystone Pipeline”

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin is among 10 governors renewing pressure on Obama to approve the Canada-to-Gulf Coast Keystone XL Pipeline, […]

Earthquakes Are on the Rise in Oklahoma, and Researchers Are Asking Why

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma Horses nuzzle near a seismometer deployed in a pasture near an earthquake epicenter in Sparks, […]

Gov. Fallin Supports $1.5 Million in New Spending to Avoid EPA Water Takeover

Logan Layden / StateImpact Oklahoma Members of a DEQ advisory council vote on fee increases at a Jan. 8 meeting […]

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