OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association has formed two new committees it says will better meet the needs of its members.
The Midstream Committee will meet Aug. 20. It will include member company lobbyists, technical and legal experts who will discuss legislation and regulations relating to pipelines, gathering and processing and storage.
The Health & Safety Committee met Thursday to discuss organizational issues and share information about best practices to address concerns about tank gauging and other potentially hazardous activities.
The trade association represents many of the largest oil and natural gas producers, midstream companies and refiners in Oklahoma.