July 24, 2017 archive

Inhofe Calls for Republican Support to Combat War on Fossil Fuels

Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe addressed the Senate floor on Wednesday regarding the assault on the fossil fuel industry and risks toward American energy, according to a press release issued by the Senator’s office. “With the election of a Republican-led Congress and with a Republican in the White House, we should be working together to address …

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Newly Released TED Video Confuses Fracking With Wastewater Injection

A recently circulated video on the fracking process has been a big hit and miss for the media organization TED. The six-minute animated video titled “How Does Fracking Work?” was released on July 13 via social media. It has quickly amassed nearly five million views. While the educational video demonstrates the step-by-step process of fracking, …

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Permits to Drill July 25, 2017

Blaine County SAWYER 1-35-26 #1712MHX, May 30 2017 02 16N 12W NWNENWNE API: 01123810 Lat: 35.897804316355796, Long: -98.44295992066806 TRIUMPH ENERGY PARTNERS LLC HH, AM, 20183 ft, MISSISSIPPI(10100), MISSISSIPPIAN(10200), WOODFORD(10900)  

Newfield Drilling Seven New Wells in the SCOOP

Garvin County seems to be a new center of activity lately. A quick check of the Permits to Drill report on applications in Oklahoma reveals Houston-based Newfield Exploration Mid-Con, Inc. is drilling seven new wells in Garvin County, Oklahoma, according to the daily permits report for July 17, 2017. The wells are within the Springer …

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Regulators Halt Energy Transfer’s Rover Pipeline Construction in Ohio Until Cleanup Complete

Federal and state regulatory officials ordered Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners to complete cleanup and remediation efforts on an Ohio spill before receiving the greenlight to proceed with construction of its $4.2 billion Rover Pipeline in the Buckeye State. On July 12, OK Energy Today reported that the state of Ohio was demanding nearly $1 million …

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