Audit finds cost discrepancies at Oklahoma state agency

Roughly $10,000 in expenditures questioned at the Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells that had four employees and a $600,000 budget.

BY MEGAN ROLLAND Published: November 18, 2012
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A state audit questions more than $10,000 in costs incurred by a small state agency focused on Oklahoma’s marginal oil and gas wells.

The Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells supports and promotes some of Oklahoma’s small oil and natural gas producers with a focus on wells that are producing small amounts of oil and gas, called stripper wells.

The agency is funded...

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