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Casillas opens Wildcatter luncheon series

September 11, 2018

Casillas Petroleum Corp. President & CEO Greg Casillas was the featured speaker at the opening OIPA Wildcatter Luncheon of the season Sept. 5 at Tulsa Country Club. Full Story >>

Oil and Gas Roundup — Sept. 10

September 10, 2018

A roundup of oil and natural gas industry news from around the state, nation and world:
U.S. oil drillers cut rigs for second week in three
House of Representatives OKs small-scale LNG exports
U.S. independents raise their hedges
Natural gas to overtake oil as North America's 'single largest energy source'
Full Story >>

McAfee & Taft, ADP to present workshop on medical marijuana

August 22, 2018

With numerous rule revisions and legal challenges underway following the passage of State Question 788 legalizing medical marijuana, it may be a struggle for employers to identify and implement proper human resources policies and procedures. That's why the OIPA is teaming up with McAfee & Taft and ADP on a workshop to address these challenges and provide OIPA members and their employees with a game plan on how they can respond. Full Story >>

WellCaddie joins OIPA Partners Program

July 30, 2018

For the first time, OIPA is bringing in an equipment technology company to be part of the association’s Partners Program.
The Partners Program gives OIPA members exclusive discounts on a variety of business services, from insurance to digital security. Now the roster includes WellCaddie, an Oklahoma-based company that provides digital wellsite monitoring to measure, analyze and predict injection and disposal well flow and pressure, compressor pressures, plunger lift pressures and flow back operations. Full Story >>

Wildcatter Wednesdays resume Sept. 5

July 27, 2018

The OIPA’s monthly Wildcatter Luncheons will resume Sept. 5, allowing OIPA members and guests a chance to hear from industry and political speakers, network and support the OIPA’s advocacy efforts at the state Capitol and in Washington, D.C.
Full Story >>



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