U.S. crude sold at -$37.63 a barrel on Monday, a historic drop below zero. How did we get to this point in the oil and gas industry?
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Belt-tightening is taking place all across the oil and gas industry, impacting Oklahoma families…
Belt-tightening is taking place all across the oil and gas industry, impacting Oklahoma families.
Here in Oklahoma, families hold mineral interests, often for generations.
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