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I used to work for an oifield electric service a few years back in high school about the time I got into scanning, everything was few and far between... The larger companies like Amvest had some 800/trunking radios in the trucks, never got to play with any long enough to figure out any freqs... alot of the smaller guys like Grand Resources were using stuff in the VHF business band, but again that was over 6yrs ago.

EDIT: If you can figure out what city a specific company is based out of, try the FCC license search
 
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Im from el reno but im looking for all across oklahoma.

Ive got a few from when i traveled and reprogrammed radios for other companies but just wondering what any body had.

Most your oilfield companies wont have registered licenses plus i dont know how to get the tone once i get the freq.
 

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Im from el reno but im looking for all across oklahoma.

Ive got a few from when i traveled and reprogrammed radios for other companies but just wondering what any body had.

Most your oilfield companies wont have registered licenses plus i dont know how to get the tone once i get the freq.
Many oil field companies must use cell phones or nextel. There is some kind of oilfield fluid hauling company on a repeater in the El Reno, Geary area judging from the locations I hear. it is on 462.025.
 

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Yea that is hamm and phillips they have a yard in calumet.

I just theres a bunch of companies in can co area that are using 2ways and ive earched there dot # to see where they are out of and searched the fcc website and i still cant find a frequency. One of them i j&l soil farming. They are based out of woodward co i think and i just cant find them not even on cityfreq.com
 

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BLUE STEM 152.382500 FM 0.0
CALUMET 451.600000 FM 0.0
PIERCE TANK 151.520000 FM 0.0
CONSOLIDATED 451.850000 FM 0.0
D&P TANK 152.900000 FM 0.0
DRUMMOND RANCH 152.300000 FM 0.0
EQUITY DRILLING 153.125000 FM 0.0
KEELER RANCH 153.185000 FM 0.0
MARMAC RES. 49.380000 FM 0.0
MARTIN OIL 153.515000 CT 0.0
LAMAMCO 451.750000 FM 0.0
OILWELL FRAC 462.125000 FM 0.0
PACIFIC OSAGE 463.825000 FM 0.0
PETROLITE 462.025000 FM 0.0
ROBINOWITZ 159.555000 FM 0.0
SHORT OIL 451.575000 FM 0.0
SOONER LAND 463.400000 FM 0.0
TRI AM 452.125000 FM 0.0
INDEPENDENT TANK 30.580000 FM 0.0
MAVERIC FRAC 463.650000 FM 0.0
THORTON DRL. 461.225000 FM 0.0
BASIC ENERGY 463.625000 FM 0.0
SCHEBESTER 452.175000 FM 0.0
SCHEBESTER 47.520000 FM 0.0
RDT 461.462500 FM 0.0
KRUMME OIL 159.480000 FM 0.0
KRUMME OIL 158.220000 FM 0.0
OILFIELD OPR. 451.775000 FM 0.0
CONSOLATED 456.850000 FM 0.0
CONSOLIDATED 451.850000 FM 0.0
This is what I have programmed for NE Ok.
 

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Back in the 80's many oil cos were on Lowband. Not so much any more they've gone elsewhere on the bands. However Shebester-Bechtel in the Lindsay area appears to still have a license for 47.520 and I heard some traffic on that frequency today.
 

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Remember the old Halliburton Ford Crown VIctorias with the red and grey color scheme. They were based near 50 Penn Place and they all had the 9' quarter wave whip like was used on the old OHP vehicles. I'm sure it was VHF-low. Most oil developers at the time also had the VHF based mobile telephone systems. Remember, "Mobile Operator, this is 10159, please connect me to ....." Then came the trunk phone at $1.00 per minute. I joined the fray at 60 cents per minute and have never stopped.
 

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Remember the old Halliburton Ford Crown VIctorias with the red and grey color scheme. They were based near 50 Penn Place and they all had the 9' quarter wave whip like was used on the old OHP vehicles. I'm sure it was VHF-low. Most oil developers at the time also had the VHF based mobile telephone systems. Remember, "Mobile Operator, this is 10159, please connect me to ....." Then came the trunk phone at $1.00 per minute. I joined the fray at 60 cents per minute and have never stopped.
Yes Halliburton was big into low band back then 47.440 was licensed to multiple locations in OK. The longer range of low band covered a lot of the hard to get to places better than higher freqs. 300 watts at 300 ft and a 110 watt mobile.
 

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So, what's haliburton using now? I'm not far from their Burns Flat yard and I'd listen in if I knew the freq. I have several friends who used to work for them.
 

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So, what's haliburton using now? I'm not far from their Burns Flat yard and I'd listen in if I knew the freq. I have several friends who used to work for them.
Have you seen any 2 way antennas on their vehicles? That might give you an idea of a frequency range to check out.
 

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Back in the 80's many oil cos were on Lowband. Not so much any more they've gone elsewhere on the bands. However Shebester-Bechtel in the Lindsay area appears to still have a license for 47.520 and I heard some traffic on that frequency today.
That base station is in Maysville and that dispatcher is the same fellow that's been on the radio for years.
 

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My next door neighbor works for Haliburton, has a truck of theirs, no antenna's anywhere. Must use cellphones here.
Jim
 

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I dont think very many services use 2-ways in there trucks like (haliburton, schlumberger...), but i know most your tank trucks and companies like that use them.

Schlumberger just went to 2-ways in oklahoma about 3 years ago
 
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