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Oklahoma business briefs for May 4

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Advisory board to study state's IT service

An advisory committee will oversee advances at the state's information technology agency. The Office of Management and Enterprise Services announced Friday that a select group of senior state employees will help OMES Information Services improve the service it provides. The members come from 10 agencies and represent some of OMES' largest customers.

The group will meet four times a year starting this month to discuss the direction and execution of the state's technology priorities. OMES came under scrutiny this year after officials asked lawmakers for an supplemental appropriation.

Aerospace contractor workshop set

Aerospace industry companies will gather May 11 for a workshop with federal and state procurement officers and Small Business Administration officials. The event, hosted by U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn, D-Oklahoma City, will help aerospace entrepreneurs promote their work to potential government clients.

The event will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Tinker Business Industrial Park. Registration is available at 602-3074.

Chesapeake Granite Trust plans distribution

Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust announced Friday it will pay a quarterly distribution of 3.03 cents per unit on May 30 to unit holders of record 10 days before.

Officials said the distribution is based upon production from wells the trust owns and operates in Washita County from Dec. 1 through Feb. 28.

Officials said the wells produced 23,000 barrels of oil, 546 million cubic feet of natural gas and 45,000 barrels of natural gas liquids during the period, earning average pricing of $46.43 per barrel of oil, $1.34 per thousand cubic feet of natural gas and $16.30 per barrel of natural gas liquids.

Officials said both sales volumes and realized prices during the period were lower than what trust officials initially had estimated. About $1.4 million will be distributed.

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