January 21, 2020 archive

Completion reports for January 21, 2020

Completion reports filed on January 21, 2020. CARTER COUNTY Citation Oil & Gas Corporation 20 1S 3W Countyline Unit 32-5, November 20, 2018 SH, INJ, TD: 3900 ft Lat: 34.45883, Long: -97.54371 API: 35019236330000 GARFIELD COUNTY Sk Nemaha Llc Mississippian(7042): Oil 225.1 Gas 620 Water 2068 Pump 32 20N 6W Betty 29-m2nh, April 12, 2019 HH, OIL, TD: 11818 ft Lat: 36.17298, …

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Permits to drill for January 21, 2020

Permits to drill issued on January 21, 2020. Canadian County KLADE #1407 2H-3X, January 10 2020 10 14N 7W NWSESWSE API: 01725590 Lat: 35.69782111450725, Long: -97.92978422846953 NEWFIELD EXPLORATION MID-CON INC HH, AM, 18866 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(8201), WOODFORD(8685) Kingfisher County YOST #1608 4H-18X, March 26 2019 07 16N 8W SWSESESW API: 07326519 Lat: 35.87089255652045, Long: -98.09361275847233 NEWFIELD EXPLORATION MID-CON …

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4Q loss reported by Halliburton

Halliburton Co. on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $1.65 billion, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The Houston-based company said it had a loss of $1.88 per share. Earnings, adjusted for asset impairment costs, came to 32 cents per share. The loss came as Halliburton wrapped up hundreds of …

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Snow and sleet are in the forecast for some Oklahomans

Colder weather with the liklihood of snow and sleet are in the forecast for parts of Oklahoma. Others could get just rain.   Northwest Oklahoma could get some of the wintry mix.

Strong earthquake hits central Kansas

An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.6 rattled central Kansas over the weekend and was strong enough to have been felt in Oklahoma and at least 19 other states. The U.S. Geological Survey reported it was felt as far east as South Carolina and Ohio, as far west as Utah and Arizona, north into Minnesota …

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Energy news in brief

** The world’s oil and gas companies will undergo annual reviews by the International Energy Agency for how they’re doing on climate change and clean energy issues. The group released a report Sunday showing that oil and gas producers, including those owned by governments, spend on average just 1% of their total capital expenditure outside oil and gas. ** …

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Former Oklahoma regulator makes call for solar power development

A former Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner who is now involved in advocating solar power development contends Oklahoma could become the 6th most solar-powered state in the U.S. It’s what former commissioner Jim Roth told an Oklahoma House interim study last fall. “It is the most abundant form of energy in the state,” he said during the …

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Chevron gets more time in Venezuela

Days after the drilling assets of a Purcell, Oklahoma company that had won a more than $1 billion drilling contract in Venezuela were sold at auction, the U.S. government granted more time to Chevron Corp. to continue working in the country until mid-April. The Treasury Department granted permission over the weekend  to allow Chevron, the …

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WOTUS rewrite to come this week?

When President Trump addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation Sunday night, he also announced his administration plans to withdraw an Obama-era water supply rule. The President said it would have given the federal government “vast and unlimited power to restrict farmers’ access to water.” As POLITICO’s Morning Energy Report explained, the Army Corps of Engineers …

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Colorado Democrats want higher fines for pollution

Colorado Democrats have launched efforts in the legislature to go after oil and gas producers, proposing a bill to increase the maximum penalty for pollution. “We’re giving people who are experiencing harmful pollutants and the effects of these pollutants an opportunity to decide how they should be made whole,” Representative Dominique Jackson, a Democrat from …

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