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IOGCC Annual Conference - October 2016 in Little Rock Energy's Future - States' Challenges

2016 Annual Conference: Little Rock, Arkansas

Energy's Future - States' Challenges

Join us at the 2016 IOGCC Annu...

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International Petroleum Environmental Conference (IPEC) November 8-10, 2016 in New Orleans, LA

The International Petroleum Environmental Consortium (IPEC) was a joint effort of four major research universities--The University of Tulsa, Th...

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Oklahoma City-based Flogistix launches Downhole Services division Company offers capabilities unique to Mid-Continent, including composite coiled tubing and nitrogen pumping

OKLAHOMA CITY – Flogistix, LP, a leading manufacturer and well optimization service provider to the domestic onshore oi...

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OK Department of Commerce Helps Oklahoma Businesses Go Global Learn how you can grow your market internationally

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s Global Trade and Investment Division (GTI) provides market entry and educational services to help O...

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Researchers find new method to treat frack wastewater Microbes hungry for hydrocarbons

As fracking has exploded across the country, so have toxic ponds of salty and contaminated water that litter places like North Dakota and Texas.Read More


Local Energy Services Company Teams up with Canadian Technology Company Gateway to Form Partnership with Synodon

Gateway Signs International Partnership Agreement with Canadian Oil and Gas Leak Detection Company

For Immediat...

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New Technology Has Potential to Save Big Bucks in the Oil Field Disintegrating Frac Balls, Nanoparticles, Refracking and more

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS – Try your hand at this oil field engineering problem.

You have to get a massive amount of gritty, grimy sand ...

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Chemical Flooding Technology Goes Mobile Enhanced Recovery Technique is Cost Effective and Green

NORMAN, Okla. – With more than 80 percent of Oklahoma’s oil still embedded in rock formations, oil producers are conti...

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