January 2020 archive

Norman Senator pushes for changes to boost solar industry in Oklahoma

When the Oklahoma legislature convenes next month, it will have several solar-power related bills to consider. It’s a sign of the growing interest in attracting solar energy firms to the state. As OK Energy Today recently reported, former Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Jim Roth told an interim study he believes Oklahoma has vast potential to become …

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Aubrey McClendon death site to finally be improved in OKC

Nearly four years after the death of Oklahoma energy leader Aubrey McClendon, Oklahoma City plans to make safer the bridge where he died. As the Oklahoman reported this week, the bridge that goes over Midwest Boulevard between NW 122 street and Memorial road was supposed to have guard rails installed to prevent the kind of …

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STACK assets of bankrupt firms acquired by Mach Resources

For $320 million, Oklahoma City’s Mach Resources and its partner Bayou City Energy Partners have acquired assets from two bankrupt companies operating in Oklahoma’s STACK play. The largest acquisition is the upstream oil and gas assets of Alta Mesa Holdings, LP. But Mach Resources also acquired the midstream assets of Kingfisher Midstream, LLC and its …

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Casillas Operating reports 5 same-pad wells producing 3,200 barrels a day

Tulsa’s Casillas Operating LLC reported completions on five same-pad wells with combined production of nearly 3,200 barrels of oil a day in Garvin County. The five wells are located at 13 3N 4W or about four miles south of Lindsay and close to the community of Purdy. Their completions were actually made in the spring …

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One dead and 3 hospitalized at Chesapeake Energy well blowout

  A Chesapeake Energy well located east of Austin, Texas caught fire Wednesday killing one worker and leaving three others in the hospital. The blow-out and fire happened during service work at a site 75 miles east of Austin in Burleson County, according to Reuters.   The well continued to burn for several hours after the …

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Completion reports for January 29, 2020

Completion reports filed on January 29, 2020. CANADIAN COUNTY Chaparral Energy Llc Mississippi Lime(10197): Oil 265 Gas 2019 Water 994 Gas Lift 24 11N 7W Everest 1107 #1umh-24, May 07, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 14665 ft Lat: 35.40694, Long: -97.89932 API: 35017250760001 Roan Resources Llc Woodford(10505): Oil 236 Gas 1512 Water 2293 Flow 22 11N 7W Red Bullet 22-27-34-11-7 3wxh, June 18, 2019 HH, OIL, TD: …

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Permits to drill for January 29, 2020

Permits to drill for January 29, 2020. permits: none were processed today

Energy news in brief

** Oil and gas companies operating in Colorado have failed to submit thousands of monthly reports used to track how much energy they produce, costing the state millions in tax revenues. ** A recent report by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisiolak’s Office of Energy shows the state reduced greenhouse gasses by 22% between 2005 and 2016. ** An expert says Wyoming and …

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No smoking gun in Rick Perry documents

Those hoping to find some sort of a smoking gun in Rick Perry’s documents from his former position as U.S. Energy Secretary didn’t find one this week. As POLITICO’s Morning Energy Report stated, an Energy Department release of documents relating to Rick Perry’s interactions with government officials in Ukraine didn’t turn up much of interest, but the …

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Rep. Hern calls USMCA signing “incredible” day

“It’s good for Oklahomans, good for all Americans.” It’s what Oklahoma Congressman Kevin Hern of Tulsa said Wednesday after President Trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement into law. Rep. Hern (OK-01) proclaimed President Trump continues to prove that voters made the right choice in 2016. “We elected President Trump to change the status quo, to …

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