September 17, 2017 archive

U.S. Rig Count Slips by Eight as Oklahoma is Consistent for the Week

The latest weekly oil and gas rig count revealed a decline for the nation while Oklahoma remains unchanged from last week, according to Baker Hughes Company of Houston, Texas. Oklahoma’s count was steady in the past week to remain at 130 compared to 65 just one year ago. The nation’s rig count dropped by eight …

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WTI Hovers Close to $50 a Barrel at Friday’s Finish as Brent Settles Over $55

Domestic oil prices finished slightly under the $50 a barrel benchmark for Friday’s session but saw the largest weekly gain since late July, according to Bloomberg MarketWatch. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, October West Texas Intermediate crude remained at $49.89 a barrel after forging ahead of $50 a barrel earlier in the day. For …

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Permits to Drill September 18, 2017

  Alfalfa County CAROL #1-22, September 15 2017 22 27N 9W NWNWSWSE API: 00323291 Lat: 36.79962679670155, Long: -98.1545475195934 UNION VALLEY PETROLEUM CORP SH, DR, 6100 ft, OSWEGO(4810), RED FORK(5245), MISENER(5900), WILCOX(6025) Blaine County SONOYTA 23_26-17N-10W #3HX, September 15 2017 23 17N 10W NWNWNENW API: 01123858 Lat: 35.941292493507596, Long: -98.24017638507114 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP HH, DR, 19387 …

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