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Oil and Gas Roundup — March 16

March 16, 2018

A roundup of oil and natural gas industry news from around the state, nation and world:
State rig count jumps 4; national count up 6
U.S. blames Russia in cyberattacks against energy companies
Enhanced completions, production strategies spark Haynesville’s emergence
OPEC acknowledges the scale of the Shale Boom
China's ‘dash to natural gas' bolsters U.S. LNG
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OIPA supports U.S. Supreme Court petition to reverse Murphy v. Royal

March 09, 2018

On Friday, the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association filed an amicus brief in support of the Oklahoma Attorney General's office asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the decision of the 10th US Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Murphy v. Royal. Full Story >>

Le Norman: Perseverance, shared goals key to success

March 07, 2018

David Le Norman gets asked a lot about building companies.
That’s no surprise. Through the course of more than two decades, he’s formed 12 companies, raised more than $1 billion in equity, and sold assets for more than $3 billion.
There’s no secret, he said.
“It’s just hard, grinding work, and surrounding yourself with people who are smarter than you,” he told the crowd at the OIPA’s Wildcatter Wednesday Luncheon in Oklahoma City on March 7. Full Story >>

Oil and Gas Roundup — March 5

March 05, 2018

A roundup of oil and natural gas industry news from around the state, nation and world:
• Oil rig count hits 800 for first time since 2015
Republicans accuse Russia of using social media to roil U.S. energy policy
Natural gas expected to remain most-consumed fuel in the U.S. industrial sector
Mexico to offer first-ever shale blocks in Sept auction
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OIPA: Budget discussions must include multiple industries

February 26, 2018

Following the failure of the broad-based revenue and reform Step Up Oklahoma proposal in the state legislature, Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association (OIPA) President Tim Wigley said the state’s oil and natural gas industry remains committed to helping state lawmakers find solutions to the state’s budget woes. Full Story >>