March 18, 2018 archive

Spike in Oil Prices Sends WTI to Highest Level in a Week

A spike in crude oil prices on Friday sent West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices up by more than $1 a barrel before prices settled at $62.34 per barrel. Now traders and others are curious to see what will happen Monday on the New York Mercantile Exchange and in  London. WTI prices on Friday rose …

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Justice Delayed in Illinois River Lawsuit?

It’s been 9 years since a lawsuit over alleged poultry pollution of the Illinois River in  eastern Oklahoma went to court. It’s been 8 years since the case wrapped up before Tulsa U.S.  District Judge Gregory Frizzell and as the Tulsa World noted, there still has not been a ruling. Some wonder if it’s a …

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Justice Issues Order in Well-Drilling Fight in Mustang

The fight between the city of Mustang and Tulsa-based Citizen Energy could be headed back to  Canadian County district court. Chief Justice Douglas Combs of the Oklahoma Supreme Court recently signed an order denying a request by Citizen Energy to have the Supreme Court assume jurisdiction. It means the case is likely headed back before …

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