Oklahoma energy briefs for Feb. 14

Oklahoma energy briefs for Feb. 14
Oklahoman Published: February 13, 2014


Land Management firm opens in OKC

Fort Worth-based Purple Land Management is opening an Oklahoma City office this month. The company works with oil and natural gas producers to streamline their operations. Its new office will be led by former Chesapeake Energy Corp. executive David Brooks. Brooks, who has 30 years of experience as a landman in Oklahoma and five other states, recently joined the Texas company as vice president of land and business development. Purple Land Management will have 10 offices around the country after it opens its Oklahoma City office.

Petroleum expert to speak

An American Petroleum Institute official will speak about the impact of domestic oil and natural gas drilling during the March meeting of the Central Oklahoma Manufacturers Association. Rayola Dougher, API’s senior economic adviser, will speak at the association’s March 11 meeting on the fourth floor of the Keith Leftwich Memorial Library at Oklahoma City Community College. The meeting will last from 7:30 to 9 a.m. For information, contact Executive Director Bob Carter at 682-7543 or bcarter@oklahomamanufacturers.org.

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