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creates new firm
Oklahoma City oil and natural gas exploration company Georgetown Corp. said Friday it has created Synergy Services USA LLC, a wholly owned oil and natural gas services company. Synergy plans to sell and service products including drill pipe, casing and tubing and provide multistage fracturing services, nondestructive testing services and rental equipment. The company also plans to provide offshore and onshore Intensive Comprehensive Managing Maintenance Programs.
Biofuels plant starts up again
The Dynamic Fuels plant in Geismar, La., has resumed operations after being shut down last week because of Hurricane Isaac. The biofuel plant is a joint venture between Tulsa-based Syntroleum Corp. and Tyson Foods. The plant produces up to 75 million gallons of renewable fuels each year from animal waste.
Boot camp to open in Yukon
YUKON — Forge Wellness boot camp opens Monday at 921 S Cornwell Drive. The business was founded by Colton Current, a U.S. Marine, certified martial arts instructor trainer and combat conditioning specialist. Classes will accommodate different fitness levels and focus on body weight exercises. They are scheduled in the mornings and evenings. Forge Wellness is offering the first week of classes free. For more information, go to www.forgewellness.net.
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