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Plugging In business briefs for Sept. 27

Plugging In business briefs for Sept. 27
Modified: September 26, 2013 at 9:42 pm •  Published: September 27, 2013
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Seminole Energy acquires firm

Seminole Energy Services LLC this week acquired the crude oil transportation and logistics business of Native American Marketing LLC. Seminole will rename its new subsidiary North American Crude Logistics Services LLC. It will be headed by former Native American Marketing CEO Larry LeBarre. “The acquisition of Native American Marketing is an essential element in Seminole's long-term business structure, especially given the recent increase in oil production,” Seminole CEO Jason Few said. “With this acquisition, we can provide our crude oil customers an immediate solution for getting their oil production to market quickly while simultaneously implementing longer term infrastructure solutions. Native American enhances Seminole's competitive position as a midstream solutions provider, making Seminole a one-stop shop for our customers producing both oil and gas.”

OGE Energy's CEO to be honored

OGE Energy Corp. CEO Pete Delaney will be one of five people honored next month by Oklahoma City University's Meinders School of Business. Delaney will receive the President's Award on Oct. 23 at the 27th annual Oklahoma Commerce & Industry Hall of Honor luncheon. He will be inducted into the hall of honor along with Delaware Resource Group CEO Phil Busey, OKC Friday publisher Leland Gourley, Advance Food co-founder Dave McLaughlin and philanthropist Polly Nichols.

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