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"The Ponca City News" recently announced that with the split of ConocoPhillips into two companies, the ConocoPhillips operation in Ponca City, Oklahoma will soon be renamed Phillips 66. Frank Phillips, the founder of the Phillips 66 Oil company, was a man who knew how to use his courage and initiative... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2012 at Honor the Legacy of EW Marland
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There has been a lot of talk around Ponca City that ConocoPhillips is interested in selling its Ponca refinery to another oil company and getting out of Ponca City especially after ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO Jim Mulva met with corporate analysts in October 2009 for the ConocoPhillips Q3 2009 Earnings... Continue reading
Posted May 28, 2010 at Pickens Communications
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Mar 15, 2010
Ahoy Hugh, Having grown up on a farm between Nash and Wakita and with most of my family still in Oklahoma, I occasionally find myself on your Ponca City site. Today I noticed your tribute to veterans. Have you heard about Operation eBook Drop? It provides free e-books to deployed service members from authors who volunteer their work - mostly independent authors. I've contributed my mystery novel Molokai Reef to the program at: http://molokaireef.com/operation-ebook-drop You can learn more about Operation eBook Drop at their Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Operation-EBook-Drop/172002003420 Anyway, I enjoy your posts. Dennis s/v Ferrity Annapolis, MD The above is an email I just received about a very worthwhile program that benefits deployed service members. Thanks to Dennis Biby for passing it along to me: Best Regards, Hugh Pickens http://hughpickens.com
Toggle Commented Nov 30, 2009 on We Remember at Ponca City, We love you