May 3, 2017 archive

Crude Oil Settlements Rise on Wednesday as Government Data Reveals Decline in Supply

Domestic oil prices settled with a slight gain on Wednesday after government data confirmed that domestic crude supplies dropped, according to Bloomberg MarketWatch. The decrease was much less than the market anticipated. June West Texas Intermediate crude rose 16 cents, or 0.3%, to settle at $47.82 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. On the …

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Completion Reports May 4, 2017

KINGFISHER COUNTY Chaarral Energy Llc Mississippian(ex Chester): Oil 175 Gas 126 Water 1338 Flow Via Gas Li 18 16N 5W Mario 1605 1umh-18, February 20, 2017 HH, OIL, TD: 12090 ft Lat: 35.85701, Long: -97.77656 API: 35073254330000 Chaparral Energy Llc Mississippian(ex Chester): Oil 363 Gas 389 Water 1667 Flow Via Gas Li 18 16N 5W …

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Permits to Drill May 4, 2017

  Blaine County PHENIX 27-16N-11W #3H, February 01 2017 27 16N 11W SESWSESE API: 01123736 Lat: 35.82740367608136, Long: -98.35146021591797 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP HH, AM, 15738 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9705) Blaine County COWBOY SWD #2, May 03 2017 29 16N 10W NENESENE API: 01123794 Lat: 35.836963566231276, Long: -98.27882940625699 S & S STAR OPERATING LLC SH, DR, …

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Historic Oil and Gas Pieces Lost in Weekend Storm at State History Center

Those 75-mile-an hour winds that hit Oklahoma City over the weekend devastated some oil and gas historical items located at the Oklahoma History Center. Among the losses…a restored wooden derrick and a derrick installed at the Capitol in 1934 and relocated just 12 years ago when the new history center opened. “What we’re doing right …

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Stephens County

House Democrats Say It’s Time Republicans Stopped Protecting Wealthy Oil and Gas Industry

  It might not be the kind of ‘line drawn in the sand’ by President Obama a few years ago, but one has been drawn by Democrats in the Oklahoma House of Representatives in what has become a growing war over taxes on the oil and gas industry. “The message is this—-it’s time to come …

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