Also on NewsOK.com is an energy blog called Power Play where posts from each of the writers can be found.
“With so many major energy companies in our market, we invested in expanded coverage,” said Kelly Dyer Fry, editor/vice president of news.
“These three writers will focus on how Oklahomans play on the world energy stage as well as what's going on in our own backyard.”
The expanded energy team will be able to cover the industry in a way that hasn't been possible before. Reporters will dig deeper into the industry players and issues that affect so much of the state's economy, history and future. They'll cover the issues and trends that affect the industry, the state and the country and do more in-depth features and profiles on companies.
As a global market, energy is affected by geo-social and geopolitical issues in places such as Iran, drilling in Brazil and pipelines in Canada that can affect prices from Cushing to Woodward and Okarche — not to mention what people pay eventually at the grocery store and for transportation. So the expanded coverage also will include how such issues are affecting trends that are reaching communities and individuals throughout the state.