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Wexford Capital Sued Over $674M Sale Of Failing Well Servicer
Law360, New York (September 10, 2012, 8:18 PM ET) -- Oil and gas drilling contractor Archer Well Co. Inc. filed suit Thursday in New York federal court against Wexford Capital LP, claiming the pump services company it bought from Wexford for $674 ...
Oklahoma State University racers set natural gas record
OKstate Racing, Oklahoma State University's student racing team, set another world record in a race car powered by compressed natural gas.
University of North Dakota is renaming its geology school after Oklahoma ...
The University of North Dakota announced Monday it is naming its school of geology after Continental Resources Inc. CEO Harold Hamm.
Now, Natural Gas Liquids Are Overflowing
For investors, shifting short-term focus to the firms with some sort of shale oil production, like SandRidge Energy (NYSE:SD) or Bill Barrett (NYSE:BBG), could be in order.
Judge Sinks Tycoon's Kazakh Oil Suit Against Shell, Total
Law360, Wilmington (September 18, 2012, 10:42 PM ET) -- Oil tycoon Jack J. Grynberg saw his Kazakh oil claims against energy giants Total SA and Royal Dutch Shell PLC tossed from a third venue Tuesday, as a Delaware federal judge dismissed his ...
Regulation change could help turn bread into key source of vitamin D
The only organization to publically comment on the petition as the FDA reviewed it was law firm Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, which wrote to the FDA in 2010 claiming that Lallemand had provided “extraordinarily limited data” affirming the safety of ...
3 Small Companies With Big Dividends
Sandridge Mississippian Trust II went public earlier this year. At the time of the offering, the present value combination of proved and probable reserves is $900 million, assuming oil is at $91 and natural gas is at $4 per thousand cubic feet with ...
Sedgwick County sees first activity from oil boom on the Mississippian
Horizontal drilling has opened up reserves previously thought unreachable and attracted big players like Shell, Chesapeake Energy Corp.
Judge Backs Cap On Attys Fees For Barnes Bay Bankruptcy
U.S. District Judge Richard G. Andrews denied the appeal of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, the debtor's attorney, and Brown Rudnick LLP and Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice LLP, which represented the official committee of unsecured creditors in ...
News & Record parent sells TV station, says newspapers not on market
In case you missed it, Landmark Media Enterprises, the Norfolk, Va. parent company of the News & Record, recently sold its television station in Nashville.