Enid thriving without Continental
Devon Energy’s Bill Whitsitt: U.S. in ‘midst of an energy revolution with a real prospect to be become energy independent’
Compiled by Steven Merritt
For Petroleum News Bakken
Worries of an economic slump for the north-central Oklahoma community of Enid were justified when Continental Resources finished moving its headquarters and 250 employees south to Oklahoma City in March. The high-profile Bakken producer occupied an office downtown and was a long-standing community p....
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Whitsitt: U.S. has real chance to become energy independent
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