February 6, 2019 archive

Dividend for Phillips 66 shareholders

  The board of directors of Phillips 66 has declared a quarterly dividend of 80 cents per share on Phillips 66 common stock. The dividend is payable on March 1, 2019, to shareholders of record as of the close of business on Feb. 19, 2019.  

Water Board seeks projects for water control in Oklahoma

  The Oklahoma Water Resources Board has put out a call for groups and towns that might want help in funding wastewater projects and those for pollution control. The Board is attempting to create what it calls the Clean Water State Revolving Fund State Fiscal Year 2020 Project Priority List. “As part of the CWSRF’s …

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Increased gross production tax reflects slumping oil prices

State Treasurer Randy McDaniel reports Oklahoma’s monthly Gross Receipts to the treasury are continuing to grow but also show the signs of an impact from lower energy prices. Gross production taxes on crude oil and natural gas were remitted last month but are from the November 2018 oil field production. He said they came at …

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Congresswoman downplays Trump’s state of the union address

Oklahoma Congresswoman Kendra Horn indicated she didn’t think much of President Trump’s state of the union address. But she indicated her role in the nation’s energy sector will be important for Oklahomans. “With my appointments to the powerful House Armed Services Committee and influential Science, Space, and Technology Committee, and as chair of the Subcommittee …

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Oil and gas leader applaud’s President’s recognition of energy sector

The head of the OIPA-OKOGA said in response to President Trump’s State of the Union message that it shows policymakers in Oklahoma and in Washington, D.C. must do everything in their power to create a stable and effective business environment. President Chad Warmington issued a statement after President Trump recognized the oil and gas industry …

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