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Oil and Gas Roundup — July 24

July 24, 2017   A roundup of oil and natural gas industry news from around the state, nation and world:
Oklahoma, U.S. rig counts lose ground
While a step in the right direction, TED’s fracking video misses on major issues
Half of well productivity gains may be due to core acreage drilling, not better HF designs, MIT says
BHP Billiton to step up U.S. shale production
Russia’s financial support for anti-fracking groups is no coincidence

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Crude oil prices impact Energy Index

July 18, 2017   A 5 percent decrease in the price of crude oil resulted in a modest contraction of the Oklahoma Energy Index.
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OIPA Safety Symposium returns Sept. 12

July 17, 2017   The OIPA SAFE Leadership Symposium returns Sept. 12 with a new venue and a new event.
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A Night with the Drillers

Jul 27, 2017 - 7 p.m.   Join the OIPA at Tulsa’s ONEOK Field on Thursday, July 27, for a Night with the Drillers hosted by the OIPA and ADP. The Drillers will take on the Arkansas Travelers at 7:05 p.m., and the OIPA has teamed up with OIPA Partners Program member ADP to make the event free to attend for OIPA members and their families. Complimentary food and drink will accompany all the baseball action. Members are also encouraged to invite any non-member guest or guests who might be interested in joining the OIPA family. To RSVP for this free event, contact OIPA Membership Coordinator Lisa Morando at lmorando@oipa.com or 405-601-2488.
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SafeLandUSA at the OIPA

Aug 09, 2017 - 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.   SafeLandUSA orientations are designed specifically to meet the safety training needs of the U.S. onshore E&P industry, and eliminate the need for multiple employee orientations. All certifications are available through an online database, giving employers a fast and easy method for keeping track of employee certification status.
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H2S Clear

Aug 16, 2017 - 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.   Workers entering the oilfield may encounter any number of hazardous environments--none more dangerous or misunderstood than those containing hydrogen sulfide gas. To protect against these hazards, oilfield workers are required by OSHA to be educated annually on how to identify them, and what equipment, policies, and procedures are required for safe entry. This class is designed to meet this annual OSHA requirement for safely working in H2S environments in accordance with the ANSI Z390.1 standard.
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