Oklahoma business news briefs

Oklahoma business news briefs for Tuesday, May 20, 2014.
Oklahoman Published: May 19, 2014
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Enable Midstream adds director

Enable Midstream Partners LP is adding a second independent director to its board, the pipeline partnership reported Monday. C. Scott Hobbs, managing partner of consulting firm Energy Capital Advisors LLC, will join the board of Enable’s general partner June 1. “We’re pleased to welcome Scott to the Enable Midstream board and look forward to working with him in his new role,” CEO Lynn Bourdon said. “His depth of experience in the midstream sector will be a valuable addition going forward.” Hobbs will serve on the board’s audit and conflicts committees.

State’s banks rank high in survey

Oklahoma ranked as the sixth-best state for banking, according to a survey issued Monday by MoneyRates.com. The survey, which evaluated states’ survey rankings for customer service, rates, stability and range of choice, ranked Missouri as the top state for banking, followed by Kansas and Nebraska. Nevada ranked last due to a high rate of bank failures, a low number of banking options and poor customer service.