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Energy - 05.27.2011

Drilling the numbers

Devon, Chesapeake, SandRidge and Continental announce first-quarter earnings, plans for future growth

Devon Energy Corp. turned 40 this year, and is eyeing growth at its Devon Energy Center Downtown, in the Cana Woodford shale in western Oklahoma, and through its operations in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Canada.
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Economy - 08.19.2011

Crude's rollercoaster brings down pump prices

Pump prices across the state have been trending downward lately as the price of oil failed to sustain much upward momentum this week. Oklahoma drivers are now paying an average of $3.434 per gallon for self-serve regular, a 1.6-cent decrease from last week and a dip of 16 cents since the end of July. Nationwide, prices shed 3.1 cents from last week to settle at $3.585 today. Read more
Energy - 09.26.2011

Oklahoma gas prices drop

Oklahoma’s gasoline price average has fallen 23 cents over the last 17 days, according to AAA Oklahoma. Today’s average price across the state for a gallon of self-serve regular is $3.341. This compares with a national average today of $3.493, down 17 cents since Sept. 9, 2011. Read more
Energy - 04.10.2012

Three Chesapeake deals to net $2.6 billion

Three oil and gas asset monetization transactions announced by Chesapeake Energy Corp. will result in proceeds of about $2.6 billion in cash.

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Energy - 06.21.2012

GMX shares in trouble with NYSE

Oklahoma City-based energy company GMX Resources Inc. was notified June 20 by the New York Stock Exchange that the decline in the company’s share price to under $1 is out of compliance with listing standards. The company was founded in 1998 and publicly traded since 2001. Read more
Tourism - 06.26.2012

AAA expects strong holiday travel around July 4

AAA predicts a busy travel weekend around the July 4 holiday both nationwide and in Oklahoma.

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Energy - 01.29.2013

McClendon announces retirement from Chesapeake

The energy company's founder and CEO will step down April 1.

Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon announced that he will be retiring from the company, effective April 1. The announcement came in a news release issued by the company today. Read more
Education - 02.21.2013

Gusher of knowledge

OCU drills deep with new energy programs and scholarships

When 25-year-old landman James Burns looked up to see the dean of Meinders School of Business teaching his first master’s course in energy management, he knew he had enrolled in the right program. Read more