Permits to drill for November 13, 2019

Permits to drill issued for November 13, 2019.

Beaver County
SLATTEN #1, October 22 2019
32 4N 22E SENWSESE API: 00725710
Lat: 36.76369945782106, Long: -100.70669018444039
GLB EXPLORATION INC
SH, AM, 7700 ft, HOOVER(4600), TORONTO(4810), CHESTER(6910)

Stephens County
BOARDWALK #1-5MH, April 02 2019
32 1N 4W SWSESESE API: 13727562
Lat: 34.50779536009624, Long: -97.6355953206973
CASILLAS OPERATING LLC
HH, AM, 13490 ft, SYCAMORE(8300), WOODFORD(8650), HUNTON(9100)

Texas County
MILLER #4-35, November 13 2019
35 6N 15E NENESWNE API: 13924174
Lat: 36.94632563565538, Long: -101.40197243683835
SCOUT ENERGY MANAGEMENT LLC
SH, RC, 3333 ft, GUYMON-HUGOTON(2854)

Texas County
JOHNSON EST UNIT #2, November 13 2019
13 6N 14E CNW API: 13920930
Lat: 36.98983442283789, Long: -101.5008972937572
SCOUT ENERGY MANAGEMENT LLC
SH, RC, 3150 ft, GUYMON-HUGOTON(2828)

Texas County
CUSTER UNIT #2, November 13 2019
18 6N 17E N2N2N2NW API: 13922104
Lat: 36.993001071254184, Long: -101.26642386888525
SCOUT ENERGY MANAGEMENT LLC
SH, RC, 3208 ft, GUYMON-HUGOTON(2900)

Texas County
FISHER RNG UNIT 18 #2, November 13 2019
29 6N 14E N2N2S2NE API: 13921344
Lat: 36.961085258808545, Long: -101.56398464406921
SCOUT ENERGY MANAGEMENT LLC
SH, RC, 3210 ft, GUYMON-HUGOTON(2894)

 

 

 

The Court acknowledges Great Divide’s argument that no QFs have been constructed
under the NMPRC’s implementation plan. The NMPRC implemented rules that should have
incentivized the development of qualifying facilities. Nevertheless, if more encouragement is
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required to develop qualified facilities, the NMPRC and the FERC are the appropriate authorities
to add encouragement. If FERC is dissatisfied with the NMPRC’s results, it has the ability to
“prescribe rules as the Commission determines necessary to encourage cogeneration and small
power production.” FERC Order No. 69, 45 Fed. Reg. at 12,215.
IT IS ORDERED that the Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment and Memorandum

The Court concludes that NMPRC’s implementation plan, consisting of rule 570
of the New Mexico Administrative Code (“rule 570”) and NMPRC’s case-by-case adjudication
interpreting rule 570, does not violate PURPA or the FERC’s regulations promulgating PURPA,
and denies the moti

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