Oklahoma energy briefs, Nov. 2

Oklahoma energy briefs, Nov. 2
Published: November 2, 2012
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Murphy wins committee office

Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy has been elected vice president of the Southwest Power Pool's Regional State Committee. The committee, which provides input from state regulators, has a critical advisory role in plotting the future of the region's electric power grid. “There are literally billions of dollars worth of projects currently under discussion at the SPP that could have a major impact on our electric bills and on Oklahoma's economy,” Murphy said. “Further, federal mandates could mean a greater burden on our regional transmission network, as well as extra cost for the consumer. The RSC is on the front line of the debates over these issues.” Murphy has been part of the committee for one year.

SandRidge declares distributions

SandRidge Energy Inc.'s trusts on Thursday declared quarterly distributions payable by Nov. 29 to shareholders of record as of Nov. 14. SandRidge Permian Trust said its total sales volumes increased 9 percent over the second quarter of 2012 and that its distribution will be 62.5203 cents per unit. SandRidge Mississippian Trust I said total sales volumes increased 10 percent from the previous quarter and that its quarterly distribution will be 68.3076 cents per unit. SandRidge Mississippian Trust II said its sales volume increase 14 percent over the second quarter and that its distribution will be 59.8636 cents per unit.



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