June 22, 2017 archive

Completion Reports June 23, 2017

  CANADIAN COUNTY Citizen Energy Ii Llc Woodford: Oil 220 Gas 1644 Flow 10 11N 6W Kanon 1h-15-22, September 18, 2016 HH, OIL, TD: 18678 ft Lat: 35.43636, Long: -97.81552 API: 35017249040000 Devon Energy Production Co Lp Woodford(11436): Oil 130 Gas 593 Water 2294 Flow 29 13N 8W Bland 29-13n-8w 10h, May 03, 2017 HH, …

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Permits to Drill June 23, 2017

  Blaine County ANGUS TRUST #11-33-4XH, March 22 2017 33 15N 12W NENWNENE API: 01123768 Lat: 35.739143232791186, Long: -98.47596461007583 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC HH, AM, 22429 ft, MISSISSIPPI SOLID(11932) Blaine County ANGUS TRUST #12-33-4XH, March 22 2017 33 15N 12W NENWNENE API: 01123769 Lat: 35.73914323549183, Long: -98.47586352617263 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC HH, AM, 22304 ft, MISSISSIPPI SOLID(11927) …

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Inhofe’s Influence at EPA Grows

Make it at least five, maybe six former staffers of Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe at the Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee to move on to the Environmental Protection Agency. It’s clear the 82-year old republican Senator is having an impact on the giant agency he has criticized under the Obama administration. The latest …

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Environmental Group Claims Clean Power Plan Rollback Will Result in Job Losses

Environmentalists now claim the move by President Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to kill the Clean Power Plan will cost the U.S. economy a chance to add 560,000 jobs and $52 billion in gross domestic product by 2030. It’s the claim made by a national business group named Environmental Entrepreneurs which issued a new …

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New Leaders Take Over at OIPA

The annual meeting of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association ended with a change in leadership for the coming year. Berry Mullennix has taken over as chairman of the association’s board of directors while Tim Wigley assumed the role of OIPA President. The OIPA is considered the largest oil and gas organization in the state with …

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10th Anniversary of OERB’s PetroTech Program

The 10th anniversary of the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board’s PetroTech Program is being served. It’s a program that focuses on technical training for those interested in a career in Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas industry. Developed in 2007, the program is through the collaboration of Francis Tuttle Technology Center in Oklahoma City and Tulsa Tech. …

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Crowded Highways and Cheap Gasoline Make for Record July 4th Travel

Record travel is predicted this July 4th weekend and that means a lot of gasoline being pumped and sold. AAA Oklahoma says 44.2 million Americans will take a trip of 50 miles or more over the long Independence day weekend. That’s an increase of 1.25 million over last year, making it the most-traveled Independence Day …

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DEQ Adds 14 Lakes to List with Elevated Mercury Levels

A public meeting has been set for next week by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality to discuss mercury levels discovered in fish taken from 14 lakes in the state. The DEQ said 14 lakes were added since the last mercury advisory was issued in 2016. The advisories are the result of testing carried out …

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Antenna Installation Worker Charged With $131,000 in Fraud

An employee of an antenna installation company based in Oklahoma City has been charged with embezzling $131,000 from the company. Charges were filed this week in Oklahoma County District Court against Joseph Shannon Knauf, an operations manager of Reach Services Inc. He is accused of using a computer in December 2014 to embezzle more than …

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Study Shows Carbon Pollution From Manufacture of Electric Car Batteries

Environmentalists are being dealt a setback as they promote electric cars. A new study by the Swedish Environmental Research Institute focused on the Tesla and discovered its car batteries generated as much CO2 as driving a gasoline-powered car for eight years. ¬†And as Breitbart News indicated, that’s before the electric cars even come off the …

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