November 14, 2016 archive

Oklahoma Drivers on I-35, I-40 and I-44 Will Discover New Alternative Fuel Signage Soon

Oklahoma interstate motorists will begin to see new signage soon as part of the state’s effort to improve alternative fueling infrastructure, according to a press release issued Monday by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. On November 6, OK Energy Today reported the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration is designating 48 electric vehicle charging …

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Completion Reports November 15, 2016

  BLAINE COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Woodford(14213): Gas 4893 Water 2832 Flow 20 14N 13W Watson South 1-20-29xh, July 09, 2016 HH, GAS, TD: 21773 ft Lat: 35.68124, Long: -98.60808 API: 35011235540000  

Permits to Drill November 15, 2016

  Blaine County WATTS #1H-0136X, November 14 2016 01 15N 13W SWSESWSE API: 01123684 Lat: 35.798395959102585, Long: -98.53205538961751 CIMAREX ENERGY CO HH, DR, 22121 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(10330), WOODFORD(12020) Grady County DREAM COOLER 12-13-10-6 #2XH, November 14 2016 24 10N 6W NESENWNW API: 05124081 Lat: 35.3318126182039, Long: -97.7908882792209 LINN OPERATING INC HH, DR, 19436 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9200) Grady …

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Rig Counts Slip in Oklahoma and Across the U.S.

Both Oklahoma and the U.S. started the week with one less oil and gas rig in the mix, according to figures from Baker Hughes Co. of Houston. The national count slipped by one to reach 568, which is still 199 fewer rigs than the 767 counted a year ago at this time. Oklahoma’s count was …

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New Casing Equipment Launched in Houston

With the financial help of Denver-based Aspen Energy Partners, Citadel Casing Solutions of Houston has launched operations after getting its initial investment. Citadel was founded in July by former employees of Halliburton Co. and now manufactures casing equipment and accessories in support of well construction and wellbore integrity, according to a recent report in the …

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Inhofe Points to New Wyoming Study that Clears Fracking of Water Contamination Claims of Environmentalists

Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe’s pointing to yet another report that indicates hydraulic fracturing has not harmed drinking water resources in a Wyoming town. The report from the Wyoming Department of Environmental quality reviewed domestic water waters in Pavillion, Wyoming. “The report puts to rest the faulty work of the EPA that attempted to link …

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Environmentalists Terror-filled Over Election of Trump

Donald Trump has yet to take office and already environmentalists are using their fear of his administration to raise money in a fight against his policies. They’re predicting environmental disasters and calling him a fascist. Most of the name-calling is coming from the Sierra Club such as the email notice for a  weekend rally held …

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Another ‘Federal Fumbles’ Report Coming to a Website Near You!

Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford indicates he’s discovered so much more wasteful federal spending that he has decided to issue a second “Federal Fumbles” government waste report. He plans to release it on Nov 28. “The American people have signaled a bold new direction for Washington with the election of President-elect Donald Trump,” said the …

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Samson Finalizes Sale of North Dakota Holdings to Cut Debt

Australia’s Samson Oil and Gas says it’s reduced its outstanding debt to $19 million through the closing of the North Stockyard sale of its holdings in North Dakota’s Bakken play. At the same time, Mutual of Omaha Bank has increased the company’s borrowing base to $20 million as part of a new syndicated loan involving …

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