April 2019 archive

Permits to drill for April 29, 2019

Permits to drill filed for April 29, 2019. Blaine County J&M BIA 1510 #2-30MH, April 29 2019 30 15N 10W NWNWNWNE API: 01124209 Lat: 35.75353630813964, Long: -98.30409644914616 MARATHON OIL COMPANY HH, DR, 15924 ft, MISSISSIPPI LIME(11044) Ellis County MOSQUITO CREEK 21X28-19-24 #1HA, April 29 2019 16 19N 24W SESESWSW API: 04523797 Lat: 36.11581561472001, Long: -99.77123388742308 FOURPOINT ENERGY …

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Completion reports for April 29, 2019

Completion reports for April 29, 2019.   DEWEY COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Woodford(12403): Oil 194 Gas 7913 Water 3057 Flow 10 16N 14W Electa 1-10-3xhw, May 29, 2018 HH, GAS, TD: 21633 ft Lat: 35.87117, Long: -98.67230 API: 35043235650001

OK Wildlife Conservation Fund to get benefit of Blake Shelton concert in Tishomingo

Oklahoma’s Own Blake Shelton surprised fans on social media Monday with the announcement he’s hosting a star-studded concert weekend in his hometown of Tishomingo Memorial Day weekend. Country music star Luke Bryan will headline a show on Thursday, May 23 and Blake Shelton is the headliner for a Friday, May 24 concert. Shelton’s big news also …

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Most air in Oklahoma is clean but needs improvement in OKC and Tulsa

The American Lung Association’s annual “State of the Air” report found many cities across the U.S. experienced more ozone and more particle pollution from 2015 to 2017. It also revealed eastern Oklahoma had some of the cleanest air. When it came to the cleanest cities for ozone air pollution, the region made up of Miami …

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Anadarko considers a better deal from Occidental Petroleum over Chevron

Chevron’s $33 billion cash and stock purchase of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation is still in effect but Anadarko announced Monday it intends to resume negotiations with another prospective buyer—Occidental Petroleum Corporation. The Chevron deal was announced April 11 but last week on April 24, Occidental Petroleum announced its own proposal to acquire Anadarko. Now Anadarko has …

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Roan Resources receives inquiries of acquisition

Someone’s apparently interested in either acquiring Oklahoma City’s Roan Resources Inc. or consolidating with the independent oil and natural gas company. Leadership at Roan Resources announced Monday it had received “multiple unsolicited indications of interest to purchase the Company.” The statement also said the firm had received indications of “interest for in-basin consolidation opportunities.” The …

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Cypress Energy declares dividend for 8th straight quarter

  Tulsa’s Cypress Energy Partners, L.P. declared a cash distribution for the first quarter of 2019. The company’s board of directors declared the cash distribution of 21 cents per limited partner common unit. It will be payable on May 15, 2019 to all unitholders of record on May 8, 2019. The distribution is a 4-cent …

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Coal mining proves to be profitable for Tulsa-based company

Tulsa-based Alliance Resource Partners, L.P., one of the largest coal-mining companies in the U.S. reported first quarter 2019 revenues of $526.6 million, an increase from the $457 million reported one year ago. The company credited increased coal sales volumes along with better coal prices as well as the addition of oil and gas royalty revenues. …

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Gasoline prices go up again in Oklahoma

A slight drop in gasoline prices was reported in Oklahoma City this week while going up about 3 cents a gallon statewide. Tulsa saw a ten-cent jump in prices in the past week, going from $2.50 a gallon last week to $2.60 a gallon on average this week. Oklahoma’s overall average hit $2.62 a  gallon, …

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Panhandle gas wells ‘recompleted’ 75 years later

Six natural gas wells that were drilled during World War Two in the Oklahoma Panhandle were recently recompleted by Scout Energy Management, LLC. The Dallas, Texas based private investment firm performed hydraulic fracturing on the wells. Spud dates on the wells ranged from March and April, June and October of 1944 in Texas County. The …

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