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OIPA ofrece mayor apoyo al Plan Un Paso Adelante Oklahoma

OIPA ofrece mayor apoyo al Plan Un Paso Adelante Oklahoma

Oklahoma City.- Una semana después de que el Comité Ejecutivo de la Asociación de petróleo independientes de Oklahoma (OIPA) anunció su apoyo al plan un paso adelante Oklahoma, la Junta Directiva de la OIPA ha respaldado por unanimidad la lista de medidas de reforma e ingresos por negocios y líderes de la comunidad
La Junta de Directores de la OIPA incluye a representantes de 60 empresas independiente de petroleo de Oklahoma e industria del gas natural, incluyendo productores de petróleo y gas natural, empresas de producción familiar, las empresas de servicios que apoyan los productores independientes, empresas de Oklahoma de tercera generación y las empresas nuevas.
"El amplio alcance de los miembros que componen la Junta Directiva de OIPA ofre
ce un verdadero sector de la industria del petróleo y gas natural y representa todos los sectores de la industria en el estado" dijo el Presidente de OIPA, Berry Mullennix, productor independiente de Tulsa. "El apoyo unánime de la Junta al plan un paso adelante Oklahoma, es una indicación de gran alcance que la industria del petróleo y gas natural de Oklahoma está en pleno apoyo de una base amplia y a largo plazo para las soluciones a pro
blemas de presupuesto del estado"
Fundado en 1955, la OIPA es el grupo más grande de petróleo y gas de apoyo al estado, representa a más de 2.000 miembros en la industria de exploración y producción de petróleo crudo y gas natural o empresas afiliadas.


OIPA offers more support for Step Up Oklahoma proposal

One week after the executive committee of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association (OIPA) announced its support of the Step Up Oklahoma plan, the full board of the OIPA has unanimously endorsed the slate of reform and revenue measures presented by business and community leaders.
The OIPA board of directors includes representatives from 60 companies from Oklahoma’s independent oil and natural gas industry, including publicly traded oil and natural gas producers, family-owned production companies, service companies that support independent producers, third-generation Oklahoma companies and newly formed businesses.
“The wide scope of members that make up the OIPA board of directors offers a true cross section of Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas industry and is representative of all sectors of the state’s defining industry,” said OIPA Chairman Berry Mullennix, an independent producer from Tulsa. “The board’s unanimous support of the Step Up Oklahoma plan is a powerful indication that Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas industry is in full support of broad-based, long-term solutions to the state’s budget issues.”
Mullennix said the board’s support was contingent on all industries included in the revenue-raising proposals being included in final legislation and two significant issues being addressed in the package — 1) retaining the state’s percentage depletion allowance that is used by more than 100,000 oil and natural gas producers and mineral owners each year and 2) applying the state’s gross production rate for new wells to wells returned to service after being shut in for more than one year and for previously unproduced zones.
“These two measures ensure the state’s historic, marginal oil and natural gas production is not hampered and encourage marginal well producers to increase production from their wells,” Mullennix said. “Marginal well production is an important part of the state’s oil and natural gas industry, and the long-term viability of the state’s marginal wells and the companies that operate them plays a key role in sustaining the state’s oil and natural gas production levels and the tax dollars that production generates.”
A marginal well is any oil or natural gas well producing less than 10 barrels of oil per day or 60 mcf or less of natural gas per day. There are more than 28,000 marginal wells in Oklahoma, accounting for approximately 10 percent of the state’s oil and natural gas production.
Founded in 1955, the OIPA is the state’s largest oil and gas advocacy group, representing more than 2,000 members in the crude oil and natural gas exploration/production industry or affiliated businesses.


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