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Oklahoma Needs $2 Million To Prevent An EPA Takeover Of Its Drinking Water

Logan Layden / StateImpact Oklahoma DEQ Water Quality Division Director Shellie Chard-McClary addresses Tuesday's meeting of the Water Quality Management […]

Federal Government Could Seize Control Of Oklahoma’s Drinking Water

Oklahoma is scrambling to come up with the money to comply with new Environmental Protection Agency clean drinking water regulations. […]

“Nonprofits Wait to Learn Depth of Oklahoma City-Based Chesapeake’s Planned Spending Cuts”

In an effort to reduce overall spending, Chesapeake Energy has announced plans to cut back on charitable spending. The company […]

No Bonus for Aubrey McClendon, and Other Changes at Chesapeake Energy

Scott Detrow / StateImpact Pennsylvania Change is coming to Chesapeake Energy, the Oklahoma City natural gas giant’s directors said on […]

This is What the Keystone XL Pipeline Looks Like

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma A worker inspects a segment of the Keystone XL Pipeline before it's lowered into a […]

“Drilling Boom Comes With its Own Challenges”

Tulsa companies have been cashing in on Oklahoma’s energy boom, but low natural gas prices mean some local petroleum businesses […]

Supreme Court to Hear Oklahoma/Texas Water Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to rule on Tarrant Regional Water District v. Herrmann. In January 2007, the north […]

Low Natural Gas Prices Hurt Okie Energy Companies, Help Electricity Customers

Christopher Hsia / Flickr Natural gas prices have been slipping. Temperatures have been moderate, and natural gas storage in the […]

“Handling Pollution, Case by Case: OCC Official Outlines Method for Gasoline Cleanup”

An interesting look at how leaky underground gasoline storage tanks are found, monitored and regulated in Oklahoma. Source: Journalrecord Via: […]

Tax Credit Extension Helps, But Oklahoma Wind Industry Still Wounded by Uncertainty

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma A wind farm in Ellis County, Okla. The final so-called “fiscal cliff” negotiations included a bill […]

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