The Mitchells' Gift to Oklahoma State University Creates Home for Entrepreneurship School
October 15, 2012
Amy & Malone Mitchell gifted $7.5MM to Oklahoma State University to create home for the Entrepreneurship School and Riata Center of Entrepreurship in the new business building.
Longfellow Energy's Nemaha Project
May 6, 2012
Longfellow Energy and GS Global sign oil deal
Longfellow partnered with three South Korean firms in May 2012 to jointly develop Longfellow’s Nemaha Project in Central Oklahoma. Drilling on the project, which covers more than 75,000 gross acres, began in early 2012 and targets the Mississippian Limestone and Woodford Shale formations. To develop the project, Longfellow drills the wells “horizontally.” The wells are first drilled vertically for about 6,500 feet, then, once the well enters the productive formation, horizontally for about 4,200 feet. After drilling a well, it is fracture stimulated and placed into production. Ultimately, the Nemaha Project could support more than 500 wells and produce more than 150 million barrels of oil equivalent.
Amy and Malone Mitchell Create the Oklahoma State University School of Entrepreneurship
June 26, 2009
Oklahoma State University Alumni Amy & Malone Mitchell provided a gift to the university sufficient to create a state-of-the art entrepreneurship program within the Spears School of Business in June 2008. The gift also included money for athletics.