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Vol. 14, No. 11 Week of March 15, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Oil Patch Insider

Oklahoma’s not doin’ fine —OK? ANGDA pondering life after Harold? Yes, Isenberg’s optimistic and ExxonMobil is spending more money, not less

Harold Hamm has locked horns with Mexico, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Now he’s doing battle with Canada. The U.S. producer is heading up a group of Oklahoma oilmen, operating under the name Domestic Energy Producers’ Alliance. They have persuaded their state’s Attorney-General Drew Edmondson t....

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Heinze tells ANGDA board to start looking

Nabors optimistic in challenging times

ExxonMobil bucking trend, sticks to investment plan despite recession, lower prices

What next for Exxon?


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