January 14, 2020 archive

Completion reports for January 14, 2020

Completion reports filed on January 14, 2020. BLAINE COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Mississippi(10190): Oil 1629 Gas 6262 Water 4165 Flow 22 15N 11W Homsey 6-22-27xhm, October 08, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 21978 ft Lat: 35.76694, Long: -98.34953 API: 35011240170001 CANADIAN COUNTY Camino Natural Resources Llc Mississippian(10657): Oil 220 Gas 1718 Water 2431 Flow Woodford(11009): Oil 220 Gas 1718 Water 2431 Flow 19 11N 7W Quanah Parker 1107 18-7 1wxh, September …

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Permits to drill for January 14, 2020

Permits to drill issued on January 14, 2020. Alfalfa County BUCK TRUST 3-25-11 #2H, January 14 2020 10 25N 11W NENWNWNE API: 00323395 Lat: 36.66591265123783, Long: -98.36725564042166 BCE-MACH LLC HH, DR, 11000 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(5590) Garvin County CURRY #2-8, January 14 2020 08 1N 2W W2NENWNW API: 04924694 Lat: 34.57860356375367, Long: -97.4379620811927 CIMAREX ENERGY CO OF COLORADO SH, …

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Jury chosen in lawsuit over deadly gas rig explosion

It took only a day to pick a jury in the negligence lawsuit filed against a Texas company over the January 2018 gas rig explosion that killed 5 men near Quinton in southeast Oklahoma. A jury of nine women and five men was chosen in the trial against National Oilwell Varco, a firm accused of …

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Tulsa’s Matrix picked to build new LNG plant in Florida

Tulsa’s Matrix Service Inc. has been chosen to build a nearly $500 million liquified natural gas export plant in Jacksonville, Florida Eagle LNG Partners LLC chose Matrix to design and build the plant that will have a production capacity of nearly 1.65 million LNG-gallons a day with 12 million LNG-gallons of storage plus a marine …

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Regulators to hold hearing on unallocated Oklahoma gas wells

State regulators in Oklahoma plan a hearing this month to consider a new proration formula for unallocated gas wells. The Technical Services Department of the Corporation Commission’s Oil and Gas Conservation Division will hold the hearing on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020 at 10 a.m.  The Department is seeking input on the staff’s proposed statewide proration …

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Energy news in brief

** Tribal leaders hope a large-scale solar project planned on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota can be a model for similar projects across the country. ** Two Republican lawmakers from Michigan introduce a resolution to prevent Canada from permitting a nuclear waste storage site near Lake Huron. ** A judge orders a Nebraska waste-to-energy plant to pay $32,000 for nonpayment of waste …

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BlackRock to put climate in its financial strategies

BlackRock,the world’s largest asset manager with investments in Oklahoma ranging from oil and gas operations to the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement Fund wants to make climate change a pillar of its corporate strategy and mission. CEO Larry Fink announced his intentions this week in his annual open letter, writing that climate is a “defining factor …

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PSO gets judge’s support in new wind farm plan

A massive $2 billion wind farm plan proposed by Public Service Company of Oklahoma as an alternative to its failed Wind Catcher project has the support of an administrative law judge at the Corporation Commission. Jusfw Surin Murer heard testimony on Monday and afterward indicated he would urge the Corporation Commission to approve the plan …

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Oilman Hamm joins Congressional candidate’s election team

Oklahoma billionaire oilman Harold Hamm is doing more than hosting a fund-raiser for the Republican he hopes will unseat 5th District Democrat U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn.  He has become a co-chair of David Hill’s campaign. The McCarville Report says Hamm is a co-chair along with Hobby Lobby President Steve Green, Community Activist Dr. Suzanne Reynolds …

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Western Nebraska to be site of two major wind farms

Far western Nebraska is expected to be the site of two major wind farms in the next few years. Orion Energy and Invenergy LLC are working to obtain leases, carrying out environmental assessments and conduct public surveys according to a report in the Scottsbluff Star-Herald.   Ben Turner, manager of renewable development for Invenergy LLC, …

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