By Brianna Bailey Business Writer Bbailey@Oklahoman.com | Updated: Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Continental Resources Chairman and CEO Harold Hamm is seeking more than $75,000 in damages over a Facebook post that accused him of trying to “squelch” science examining links between Oklahoma’s energy industry and earthquakes. Hamm filed a defamation lawsuit against oilman Mickey Thompson.
By Paul Monies Business Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Fri, Jun 26, 2015
The fate of a $1.1 billion plan for environmental compliance and replacement generation proposed by Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. is in the hands of the Corporation Commission after a hearing Thursday.
By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor email@example.com | Published: Thu, Jun 25, 2015
Continental is expected to receive about $1.9 million from the Oklahoma City Development Trust in the next two weeks, bringing the total to more than $5 million since the company relocated to Oklahoma City from Enid in 2012.
BY ADAM WILMOTH Energy Editorawilmoth@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Jun 19, 2015
Oklahoma and the nation continued to shed drilling rigs this week as oil prices held relatively flat.
The drilling rig counts in the state and nationwide dipped by two this week, marking the 28th straight decline for the national numbers and the first drop in six weeks in Oklahoma, Baker...
By Steve Lackmeyer Business Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Updated: Fri, Jun 19, 2015
The substation's new location Oklahoma City will be between the highway access ramp and the BNSF Railway tracks, making it an unlikely target for future development and less visible than the current spot at NW 10 and I-235.
Brianna Bailey Business Writer email@example.com | Published: Fri, Jun 19, 2015
Oklahoma's unemployment rate crept up to 4.3 percent in May, up 0.2 percentage points from the previous month, as the state continued to shed oil and gas jobs, according to data released Friday by the U.S. Labor Department.
The state lost 1,100 energy sector jobs over the month. ...
CEO Jim Palm said 90 percent of Gulfport's production is oil, including sweet crude from Louisiana that sells at about a $25 premium to the West Texas Intermediate produced in Oklahoma and surrounding states.