Energy news in brief

**  Rogers Oil Co. in Oklahoma City recently purchased a new office building, paying $1,043, 700 for the site at 9537 N. Kelley Avenue. The 5,894-square office building was sold by Boyington Eat LLC which had owned it since 2009.

** A new oil industry report says technology to capture carbon dioxide emissions needs more subsidies totaling billions of dollars. The National Petroleum Council which is an advisory committee to the Energy Department recommends putting $15 billion into research and doubling an existing subsidy.

** Crews have finished draining the last of the oil from an overturned South Korean cargo ship that capsized off the coast of Savannah, Georgia but it could take another year to upright the ship that still has 4,200 automobiles still in its cargo decks.

** An investigation reveals bankrupt coal operator Blackjewel still owes Wyoming miners compensation as company attorneys justify nearly $74,000 of expenses.

** The new CEO of Arizona’s largest utility pledges more money to customers who overpaid based on bad advice that the company’s website offered customers about its cheapest rate plan.