Who and what is the OERB?

We're all about making good things happen for the state we call home. Our group is a mix of Oklahoma's oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners. Working with the Oklahoma State Legislature, we formed the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board back in 1993. Why? To use the strength of Oklahoma's greatest industry to improve the lives of Oklahomans (like you!) through education and restoration.

What's restoration? Glad you asked. The OERB is passionate about cleaning up abandoned well sites. Those are sites where drilling used to take place, but were left to ruin by people who lived a long time ago. We travel around the state, making these sites beautiful and useful again. We pay for it with voluntary contributions from producers and royalty owners, so taxpayers (your mom and dad) don't pay a dime. ROCK ON!

So far, we've restored 15,000 well sites. That's a lot more hillsides, ponds and pastures for people to enjoy. Pretty awesome, huh?

Oh, and we've shared our exciting energy learning tools with over ONE MILLION Oklahoma students (hey, that's you!). Just think about all the education and benefits to Oklahoma's economy coming from one industry. That deserves a WOOT!

Want to learn more about well site safety? Check out Michael 4 Safety's website!

 

Who and what is the OERB?

We're all about making good things happen for the state we call home. Our group is a mix of Oklahoma's oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners. Working with the Oklahoma State Legislature, we formed the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board back in 1993. Why? To use the strength of Oklahoma's greatest industry to improve the lives of Oklahomans (like you!) through education and restoration.

What's restoration? Glad you asked. The OERB is passionate about cleaning up abandoned well sites. Those are sites where drilling used to take place, but were left to ruin by people who lived a long time ago. We travel around the state, making these sites beautiful and useful again. We pay for it with voluntary contributions from producers and royalty owners, so taxpayers (your mom and dad) don't pay a dime. ROCK ON!

So far, we've restored 15,000 well sites. That's a lot more hillsides, ponds and pastures for people to enjoy. Pretty awesome, huh?

Oh, and we've shared our exciting energy learning tools with over ONE MILLION Oklahoma students (hey, that's you!). Just think about all the education and benefits to Oklahoma's economy coming from one industry. That deserves a WOOT!

Want to learn more about well site safety? Check out Michael 4 Safety's website!