December 2018 archive

Lawton Wrecker Service honored nationally by AAA and Ford Motor Company

  With rescues of millions of stranded motorists for more than 115 years, AAA decided it was time to capture some of the incredible stories from its network of service providers and honor one outstanding contractor in a big way. AAA National and Ford Motor Company officials are in Oklahoma to present the 2018 “Real …

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Chesapeake Energy’s Board Chairman picks up more shares in the company

A new filing by Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission shows a large acquisition of shares by one of the members of the company’s directors. The Dec. 13 filing was made by R. Brad Martin who acquired 110,000 more shares in the company. The acquisition involved one transaction for 50,000 …

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Kansas regulators give more time to power line developers

Hit with legal delays in the five years since the Grain Belt Express Clean Line was proposed in Kansas and three other states, the company now faces an order from Kansas regulators to prove it can finish the $2.2 billion project. It’s also been given more time to do it. The Kansas Corporation Commission issued …

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Tulsa ties for top honors in most affordable place to live and work in the nation

Cities in Oklahoma came out at the top of a new study about the most affordable places to live and work in the U.S. whether it’s in the energy industry or manufacturing. Tulsa tied for the top honors while Oklahoma City was third in the new study conducted by BusinessStudent.com which targets young professionals and …

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Women honored at annual Oklahoma Women in Aviation and Aerospace Day

Among a crowd of 400 aviation and aerospace professionals and students, the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission in partnership with the Oklahoma Airport Operators Association, the Tulsa Airport Authority Trust, and BizJet International hosted the second annual Oklahoma Women in Aviation & Aerospace Day event December 6 at the BizJet hangar at the Tulsa International Airport. In …

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250 head to court over deadly Northern California wildfire

It didn’t take long for those who lost their homes in the California wildfires to head to court, filing suit against Pacific Gas and Electric Company, blaming it for the deadly fires. At least 250 persons signed onto the lawsuit filed in San Francisco Superior Court claiming the Camp Fire, as it was called, started …

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Permits to drill for December 12, 2018

Permits to drill for December 12, 2018. Blaine County WATONGA SOUTH SWD #1, August 09 2018 25 16N 12W CNESWNE API: 01124063 Lat: 35.83671392464987, Long: -98.42485805163516 VISTA DISPOSAL SOLUTIONS LLC SH, DR, 8800 ft, WOLFCAMPIAN(3800), VIRGILIAN(4000), MISSOURIAN(7500), DES MO’SIAN(7900) Blaine County DOBBINS SWD #1, June 15 2018 13 15N 13W SW4NW4NW4NW4 API: 01124029 Lat: 35.781403403547074, Long: -98.54247675117523 …

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Completion reports for December 12, 2018

Completion reports for December 12, 2018.   GRADY COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Woodford(14499): Oil 434 Gas 7655 Water 2430 Flow 1 4N 6W Peppered Ranch 4-36-25hw, August 29, 2018 HH, GAS, TD: 20900 ft Lat: 34.85240, Long: -97.77839 API: 35051243160000 MAJOR COUNTY Comanche Exploration Co Llc 21 20N 15W Thompson Swd 1-21, October 01, 2018 SH, DISP, TD: 6274 ft Lat: 36.19383, …

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Oil spill leaves messy streets in south Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City fire crews were on the scene of what they labeled a “large oil spill” Wednesday night. It was in the city’s south side near 52nd and South Byers Avenue where oil spilled from an open valve of some oil tank batteries. “The majority of the product is on Byers Ave. and Stiles Ave.,” …

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Oil inventories reaching nearly a one-year high in Cushing

Inventories at the Cushing hub in Oklahoma have reached nearly a one-year high and to some, there will be more oil flowing into the delivery point for U.S. crude futures. That’s because the Sunrise oil pipeline system in West Texas was finished sooner than expected and the oil is flowing from the Permian to Cushing. …

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