Murphy Oil Sells 30 Percent of Malaysia Assets for $2B
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Murphy Oil Sells 30 Percent of Malaysia Assets for $2B

Energy exploration and production company Murphy Oil said Tuesday it will sell some of its oil and gas assets in Malaysia for $2 billion. "We are excited to strengthen our partnership with Pertamina and look forward to working with them and our other partners in Malaysia," Murphy Oil's CEO said.
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Transportation Leaders Discuss Present, Future Issues of Industry

Several transportation industry leaders gathered at Philander Smith College on Tuesday for a panel discussion on transportation, technology and logistics.
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Mahony Center at UALR Gets $2M Education Grant

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been awarded a $2 million grant for its gifted education program.
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Jeb Bush Campaigns for Asa Hutchinson in Arkansas

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is praising fellow Republican Asa Hutchinson's proposal to expand computer science classes in Arkansas schools as the potential 2016 White House hopeful campaigned for Hutchinson's gubernatorial bid.
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The List Largest Gas Production Companies

Largest Gas Production Companies in Arkansas list includes company contact info, Mcf sold in most recent full year, number of wells, production counties, and top executive.

Rank Name City MCF Sold No. of Wells
1 Seeco Inc. Fayetteville 743,523,878 3,869
2 XTO Energy Inc. Fort Worth 165,518,289 2,097
3 BHP Billiton Houston 161,601,509 983
4 Stephens Production Co. Fort Smith 26,068,887 779
5 Forest Oil Corp. Denver 10,284,207 491

Executive Q&A

Cole McCaskill on What's Central To Bringing More Tourists to Hot Springs

Cole McCaskill is a Hot Springs native who recently stepped into the newly created position of downtown development director. His job is to manage the Hot Springs Metro Partnership's Strategic Plan for Downtown Development, which grew out of the February fire that destroyed the historic Majestic Hotel.