Oklahoma business briefs for Feb. 16, 2013
Oklahoma Peanut Commission seeks board members.
Oklahoma City and Tulsa are among 27 cities picked to host the Emerging Leaders Initiative program, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced Friday. The program offers support and training for established local small businesses. The seven-month executive leader curriculum includes approximately 100 hours of classroom time per participant, allowing small business owners to work with mentors, attend workshops and develop connections with peers, city leaders, and financial communities. Classes are to begin in April.
NGL ENERGY PARTNERS LP
TULSA — NGL Energy Partners LP on Friday reported quarterly earnings of $40.5 million, or 75 cents a unit. That is up from $6.1 million, or 24 cents a unit, for the same period of 2011. “We completed a number of acquisitions during the quarter that further enhanced our ability to provide customers with a full range of services from wellhead to the end market,” CEO H. Michael Krimbill said.
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