Oklahoma Earthquakes

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    What’s Shakin’? Around these parts, the earth trembling beneath your feet has become a regular occurrence the past few years. . According to NPR, the state experienced 5,700 earthquakes in 2015, which was a record year, and 2016 seems to be trending a similar direction. While regular earthquakes might be old hat to […]

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Meet the Sawyer Team – Scott

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  Our employees are a great group of skilled individuals that contribute to our unique culture at Sawyer. We would like everyone to Meet the Sawyer Team. HEY SCOTT…. What do you do at Sawyer? I am the Burn Table Operator. What is your favorite thing to work on? I enjoy working on our Ratchet […]

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Trans-Canyon Pipeline

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The Trans-Canyon Pipeline was built in the late 1960’s and supplies all of Grand Canyon National Park’s drinking water. [photo credit: NPS] A pipeline? What a grand idea!   When thinking about the Grand Canyon, the images that come to mind typically involve majestic views, rim-to-rim hikes, and soaring birds with “America the Beautiful” crescendoing […]

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Kenya see the political nonsense?

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No to Keystone….Yes to Kenya …the Obama administration seems receptive to the idea of helping finance the construction of a new Kenya pipeline. This comes on the heels of TransCanada filing a federal lawsuit over the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, claiming the president lacks the authority to prohibit such construction. TransCanada has also […]

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