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Providing the energy our state and nation depends on can never come at the expense of Oklahoma’s air, water, land or safety. Our commitment to taking care of the environment goes hand in hand with our industry’s focus on continuous innovation, which will help us build a more sustainable future.

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Air, land and water.

The people of Oklahoma Oil & Natural Gas understand the importance of caring for our air, land and water, and today’s technological advancements make it easier than ever before to ensure we are keeping our state safe for generations to come.

Learn more about how we protect Oklahoma’s environment and natural resources

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Horizontal Drilling 101.

Horizontal drilling has changed the world. This allows Oklahoma Oil & Natural Gas to unlock vast reserves of oil and natural gas while reducing emissions and our environmental footprint.

Learn more about hydraulic fracturing and its benefits for our state and nation

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SCOOP and STACK.

The SCOOP (South Central Oklahoma Oil Province) and STACK (Sooner Trend Anadarko Canadian Kingfisher) are oil reserves that run across most of western Oklahoma and into the Texas panhandle in the Anadarko basin. With advancements in technology, more of these resources are available today, thanks to advanced engineering and innovation.

The unique formations that make up the SCOOP and the STACK have multiple zones that allow for production from multiple layers of rock formations thousands of feet below the surface. Technologies such as horizontal drilling allow these two plays to rival some of the nation’s most reliable and productive areas, including the Permian Basin in Texas and the Marcellus Appalachian Basin in the Northeast, positioning Oklahoma as a top oil and natural gas producing state in the country.

Learn more about Oklahoma’s two most productive oil and natural gas plays