About the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission
e Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission is a multi-state government agency
that promotes the conservation and efficient recovery of our nation’s oil and natural gas resources while protecting health, safety and the environment.
e IOGCC consists of the governors of 37 states (30 members and seven associate
states) that produce most of the oil and natural gas in the United States, as well as seven international affiliates. Chartered by Congress in 1935, the organization is the oldest and largest interstate compact in the nation.
e IOGCC assists states in balancing interests through sound regulatory practices. ese
interests include: maximizing domestic oil and natural gas production, minimizing the waste of irreplaceable natural resources, and protecting human and environmental health.
e IOGCC also provides an effective forum for government, industry, environmental-
ists and others to share information and viewpoints, allowing members to take a proactive approach to emerging technologies and environmental issues. For more information visit www.iogcc.state.ok.us or call 405-525-3556.
About the Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells
Special thanks to the Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells.
e Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells is an Okla-
homa state agency, funded by the oil and natural gas industry, with a purpose of protecting and promoting Oklahoma production of crude oil and natural gas. e organization’s purpose is to serve the operator with its technology transfer programs; to serve the state by making sure that its most vital resource is continuously produced and not prematurely abandoned; and to serve the public as an information source regarding the importance of the industry in their lives and the state in which they live. For more information, visit www.marginalwells.com.