SCOOP provides product for natural gas companies
Energy is limited to crude oil. This is a common impression many people have when it comes to the energy industry, but it is amazingly incorrect.
Natural gas in its liquid form and as a gas are currently being extracted from the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province by companies like gas processor and gatherer DCP Midstream.
Energy companies descend on county office, towns
The Grady County Clerk's office has seen a massive increase in activity over the last year according to County Clerk Sharon Shoemake.
"Our office has been quite busy going on two years with oil and gas activity," she said. "We have around 30 to 40 land people daily in our main land records and then we have land records in an area in the basement of the courthouse that is smaller, but we have had five to 10 land people checking records in that area."
SCOOP development could mimic what was seen with Bakken
The South Central Oklahoma Oil Province is not unique. There are shale deposits across the nation, which up until a decade ago held billions of barrels of petroleum and natural gas that were unobtainable.
Local boys lead company benefiting from new finds in Grady County oil
Everyone loves to hear about hometown boys making it big and Grady County natives Jason Knowles and Bryan Murrell are two that are cutting their way through the energy industry via Environmental Drilling Solutions.
Local governments prepare for energy boom
Interest in the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province has been steadily rising over the past few months and seems poised to increase as Continental Resources adds several rigs over the course of 2013.
Oil shelf causes need for new page
As is the case with all technology, new innovations in drilling have lead to a refurbished energy industry in Grady County.
- SCOOP provides product for natural gas companies