By BROOKE JARVIS APRIL 9, 2019 Local communities are taking the world’s largest polluters to court. And they’re using the legal strategy that got tobacco companies to pay up. The Climate Issue The Next Reckoning: Capitalism and Climate Change The Problem With Putting a Price on the End of the World Climate Change Could Destroy His Home in Peru. So He Sued an Energy Company in Germany. Local communities are taking the world’s largest polluters to court. And they’re using the legal strategy that got tobacco companies to pay up. By BROOKE JARVIS APRIL 9, 2019 In the mountains far above the red-brick city, behind a locked gate, there is a great, green valley. Its high stone walls are streaked by waterfalls; its floor dotted with flowers and grazed by horses and cows. Six boulder-strewn miles beyond the gate, the valley ends abruptly at an enormous wall of rock and ice. Beneath it lies a stretch of calm, bright water in … [Read more...] about Climate Change Could Destroy His Home in Peru. So He Sued an Energy Company in Germany.
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When the Encana-Newfield and Chesapeake-Wildhorse deals were announced the first of this month, it had been a while since oil and gas operators familiar to Oklahomans had been involved in mergers and acquisitions. On Wednesday, three financial analysts took the stage at the DUG-Midcontinent conference in Oklahoma City to discuss those deals and the potential for more. "This year was supposed to be a variation of last year's theme, which is the merger market is colder than last night's peak temperatures in Oklahoma City," said session moderator Richard Mason, the chief technical director at Hart Energy, which organized the event. "Every one of you all here has the same question I have, when it comes to mergers and acquisitions of exploration and production companies: After a $13 billion week, including the $7.7 billion announced merger between Encana and Newfield, (and various others) ... what the hell is going on?" he said. The analysts, Jay Salitza, managing director for oil and gas … [Read more...] about Analysts talk mergers and acquisitions at the DUG-Midcontinent in Oklahoma City
SUWANEE, GA, Sept. 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- SANUWAVE Health, Inc. (OTCQB: SNWV) and Premier Shockwave, Inc. are pleased to announce that Premier Shockwave, Inc. will exhibit the dermaPACE® device at the 35th Annual National Tribal Health Conference at the Oklahoma City Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, OK, September 17 - 20, 2018. Premier Shockwave has been selected by SANUWAVE Health, Inc. as its exclusive dermaPACE® distributor to the Indian Health Service (IHS) and Tribally operated healthcare services market. The National Tribal Health Conference is the largest American Indian and Alaska Native specific gathering focused on health every year. Premier Shockwave is pleased to be able to introduce this advanced new wound care product, the dermaPACE®, to this group. Premier Shockwave hopes to partner with the Indian Health Service community to bring value-based technology to the difficult to … [Read more...] about Premier Shockwave to Exhibit at the 35th Annual National Tribal Health Conference in Oklahoma City, OK, September 17-20, 2018
A company that grew out of American Energy Partners plans to expand its footprint in Ohio's Utica Shale field. Ascent Resources, based in Oklahoma City, has announced it has entered into agreements to spend about $1.5 billion to acquire natural gas and oil lease and mineral rights holdings in the field from Hess Corp., CNX Resources, Utica Minerals Development, and a fourth undisclosed seller. Officials said the acquisitions will add about 113,400 net leasehold acres and royalty interests on about 69,400 fee mineral acres, noting that those additions span all three hydrocarbon windows in the over-pressured core of the field. The acquisitions also will add 93 operated wells that have a daily net production of about 216 million cubic feet equivalent, about 19 percent of which is liquids, to Ascent Resources' holdings. Plus, the deals would bring it 380 incremental horizontal well locations and an increased working interest in more than 900 horizontal well locations. Officials said the … [Read more...] about Oklahoma City-based Ascent Resources announces agreements to expand its Utica Shale field operation
Story by Darla Shelden on June 13, 2018 . Click on author name to view all articles by this author. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry Representatives from G.E. Johnson Construction Company and MA+ Architecture stand with Positive Tomorrows president Susan Agel (second from left) and students during the groundbreaking celebration of the school’s new facility. Photo provided. By Darla Shelden OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – After meeting its $10.2 million Building Success Capital Campaign goal, Positive Tomorrows broke ground on a new facility in Oklahoma City on June 12. Positive Tomorrows is Oklahoma’s only private, tuition free elementary school and social service agency specifically serving homeless children. The campaign, co-chaired by Judy Love and Todd Lechtenberger, funds a new facility that will more than double the school’s capacity and will serve more grade levels. The new 30,000 … [Read more...] about Positive Tomorrows breaks ground on new facility in Oklahoma City