June 1, 2017 archive

Permits to Drill June 2, 2017

  Alfalfa County IRONMAN #05, June 01 2017 05 23N 9W S2S2N2NE API: 00323279 Lat: 36.50334882950993, Long: -98.18047794457385 SUPERIOR PRODUCTION LLC SH, DR, 6500 ft, OSWEGO(5965), MANNING(6330) Dewey County HEATH 9/16-19-17 #1H, June 01 2017 21 19N 17W N2N2NWNW API: 04323521 Lat: 36.114763258273534, Long: -99.0242485116731 TAPSTONE ENERGY LLC HH, DR, 21200 ft, MISSISSIPIAN(10900) Dewey County …

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Completion Reports June 2, 2017

  CARTER COUNTY Xto Energy Inc Hewitt: Oil 30 Water 433 Pump 22 4S 2W Hewitt Unit 22-1704, November 24, 2016 SH, OIL, TD: 3600 ft Lat: 34.19763, Long: -97.38783 API: 35019239010002 Xto Energy Inc Hewitt: Oil 58 Water 254 Pump 16 4S 2W Hewitt Unit 16-1601, April 30, 2017 SH, OIL, TD: 3020 ft …

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Ethanol Plant Blast Kills One, Injures More than a Dozen Others in Wisconsin

An explosion at an ethanol plant in Wisconsin late Wednesday left one worker dead and nearly a dozen others injured. It happened at the Didion Milling plant near the town of Cambria which is located northeast of Madison. The blast left the main building in ruins. Sixteen workers were in the structure at the time, …

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OKC Still Hurting in Oil and Gas Industry Employment

Despite the rebound from the oil and gas downturn of a few years ago, some counties in Oklahoma that were once strong areas of energy employment are still hurting. The latest figures from the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission show Stephens County in southern Oklahoma, where Duncan is the county seat and home to big Halliburton …

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No Letup in SCOOP and STACK Exploration

It’s always fascinating to see where the oil and gas developers are locating their latest efforts in Oklahoma’s wildly-developing STACK and SCOOP plays. One of the latest permits to drill, as published by OK Energy Today┬áis revealing who’s drilling where. In Blaine County, Continental Resources has a permit to drill in an area just west …

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DEQ Wonders How Budget Cuts Will Affect Its Abilities

Like the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality finds itself wondering how the latest budget cut will affect its operations. “It will take some time to determine the best way to address these cuts in funding,” said Erin E. Hatfield, Communications Director at DEQ. “What I can say, at this point, is …

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Sen. Inhofe “Elated” at Trump’s Decision to Pull Out of Paris Climate Accord

“I’m elated.” It’s the response from Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe on Wednesday to word that President Trump would soon announce the nation’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord. Inhofe’s response came just a week after he took to the Senate floor and said, “If we remain in the agreement, we are putting ourselves at …

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