Tulsa Considering Allowing Oil Drilli...

Tulsa Considering Allowing Oil Drilling On Public Land

There are 25 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Dec 23, 2009, titled Tulsa Considering Allowing Oil Drilling On Public Land. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

"Oklahoma City has done this very effectively on public and private lands and we're looking to adopt their regulations or something similar," Burdick said.

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Since: Mar 09

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#1 Dec 23, 2009
im surprised the EPA will allow it...an oil boom might be good for tulsas economy...maybe not good for the environmentalists but good for tulsa....
kaiser

Tulsa, OK

#2 Dec 23, 2009
Im curious to know,,,In what spacing would we be talking about and if the City of Tulsa is the sole owner of the mineral rights in the sections of land or if there will be individual mineral owners that would benefit from this as well...
OccupyingLiberat or

Tulsa, OK

#3 Dec 23, 2009
OH **** NO !!!, Remember the dust bowl days . we are not moving .Tohell with you bankers . Thats where I draw the line.
OccupyingLiberat or

Tulsa, OK

#4 Dec 23, 2009
kaiser wrote:
Im curious to know,,,In what spacing would we be talking about and if the City of Tulsa is the sole owner of the mineral rights in the sections of land or if there will be individual mineral owners that would benefit from this as well...
We already know the benefactors , the New World Order scum .
AmericaforSale

Tulsa, OK

#5 Dec 23, 2009
To Barlett and Burdick , get a room , Then drop dead .
fhg

Ashtabula, OH

#6 Dec 23, 2009
What did drilling for oil or gas have to do with the dust bowl days? That was caused because farmers plowed up the top soil and the wind blew it away!

If it reduces Americas dependence on foreign oil there should be a well on every corner! Tell the Arabs to take their oil and put it where the sun doesn't shine! We have all the energy we need if we shut the tree hugers up and use the resources we have. Proper management of natural gas and oil along with develpment of alternative fuels made from something other then our feed grains would soon make us independent again.
Night Shift

Tulsa, OK

#7 Dec 23, 2009
Wow ! Looks Like someone is trying keep the only thing they got left . History does repeat itself .
Hmm

Tulsa, OK

#8 Dec 23, 2009
Get ready tulsa to be starved out . Dont worry about planting that garden next year .
Resident

Tulsa, OK

#9 Dec 23, 2009
Nice news to wake up to . The take over of Tulsa .

Since: Mar 09

United States

#10 Dec 23, 2009
Yes if this can save Tulsa Police officers Jobs I will Vote Yes for it and the fire Department how can we let down the men that protect us. Come on Bartlett you have pull in the oil field. You will benefit on both sides of the fence. Mayor for Tulsa and a Oil man leader so do it and save are officers Jobs (NOW)
Roger Manard

Sand Springs, OK

#11 Dec 23, 2009
I hope the city follows through with this idea,it would
be very good for Tulsa.
Roger Manard

Sand Springs, OK

#12 Dec 23, 2009
I hope the city follows through with the drilling idea.
It would very good for Tulsa.
UnclePapa

Tulsa, OK

#13 Dec 23, 2009
Is this one of those go green jobs or a greengo job ?
Voter

Tulsa, OK

#14 Dec 23, 2009
YES! This would be an incredibly smart decision

Since: Jul 09

Sand Springs, OK

#15 Dec 23, 2009
Sounds like a more reasonable idea when compared to bringing the Olympics scattered across Oklahoma!
Andy

United States

#16 Dec 23, 2009
It'll be interesting to know how much royalty the city will be asking for, hopefully 25%.

Be nice if HP and Parker, along with their oil tycoon friends out at Southern Hills contribute to this great cause!

This is huge, DRILL BABY DRILL!!!!!
DWM

Tulsa, OK

#17 Dec 23, 2009
kungpow wrote:
Sounds like a more reasonable idea when compared to bringing the Olympics scattered across Oklahoma!
I was thinking about the Romanian female shot-put team .
Buford Pusser

Tulsa, OK

#18 Dec 23, 2009
It's about time. Vote yes Tulsa!

“Seeking the truth...”

Since: Sep 09

West Tulsa, Oklahoma

#19 Dec 23, 2009
YES to drilling on public land. And while we're at it, create a rainy day fund the Mayor and City Council can't pizz away.
dead rabbit

United States

#20 Dec 23, 2009
Wow!!! A source of revenue and no additional taxes required from the taxpayer? Come on Tulsa, make it work.

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