Energy business briefs for Jan. 24, 2014

The University of Oklahoma is offering an executive master's of business administration in energy degree. The Price College of Business program began this month with 18 students who have an average of 12 years in the energy industry.
Published: January 24, 2014
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OU adds energy graduate degree

The University of Oklahoma is offering an executive master's of business administration in energy degree. The Price College of Business program began this month with 18 students who have an average of 12 years in the energy industry. “OU has more than a century of tradition in energy education,” interim Dean Daniel Pullin said. “With this program, Price College is confirming our leadership position in providing distinctive business education to the energy community.” The course is a mix of online classes and in-person residencies. The next class begins in August.

Continental CEO to open event

Continental Resources Inc. CEO Harold Hamm will be the keynote speaker at the opening of Hart Energy's DUG Bakken and Niobrara conference. The three-day conference begins April 2 in Denver. Organizers said Hamm is expected to reveal Continental's plans while discussing how the Oklahoma City-based company built its leading position in the Bakken-Three Forks play.

New Source dedicates cancer lab

New Source Energy Partners LP officials this week helped dedicate a new cancer research laboratory at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. The New Source Energy Laboratory was funded through a $1 million gift from the company. The gift was part of OMRF's $12 million cancer campaign, which will help expand the foundation's research staff and update labs and equipment focused on advancing cancer research. “New Source wants to support OMRF and the hope it brings to those affected by disease,” New Source CEO Kristian Kos said. “The groundbreaking research conducted at this facility is of vital importance and benefit to possible future treatments and cures.”

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