April 15, 2020 archive

Completion reports for April 15, 2020

Completion reports filed on April 15, 2020. CANADIAN COUNTY Chaparral Energy Llc Mississippian(9350): Oil 171 Gas 717 Water 270 Gas Lift 17 12N 6W Alverstone 1206 2smh-17, February 19, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 14307 ft Lat: 35.50915, Long: -97.85708 API: 35017255720000 Chaparral Energy Llc Mississippian(9385): Oil 217 Gas 1052 Water 254 Gas Lift 17 12N 6W Alverstone 1206 3lmh-17, February 19, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 14495 …

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Permits to drill for April 15, 2020

Permits to drill issued on April 15, 2020. Canadian County LITTLE SAHARA 1107 #23-26-1MXH, April 15 2020 23 11N 7W NWNENWSW API: 01725620 Lat: 35.412969353632846, Long: -97.91671923496332 CAMINO NATURAL RESOURCES LLC MU, DR, 18104 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(10042), WOODFORD(10258)

500 to lose jobs as wind blade plant closes in Little Rock

  A wind-blade manufacturing plant in Little Rock, Arkansas will be closing soon, putting an estimated 500 employees out of work. As the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported, LM Wind Power announced this week to shut down operations, not because of the COVID-19 pandemic but because of declining demand for its giant blades. The LM workers in Little …

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Pandemic doesn’t pause cleanup at Tar Creek Superfund site

    The Environmental Protection Agency indicated that construction at nearly 34 Superfund sites in the U.S. has been either reduced or suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, work has not been interrupted at Oklahoma’s largest superfund site at Tar Creek. “EPA’s work continues at the Tar Creek Superfund site, including remediation at residential …

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Enel contributes to Oklahoma’s COVID-19 response

  Wind farm operator Enel North America says it’s providing $160,000 to more than two dozen organizations in Oklahoma to support COVID-19 preparedness and response. The company operates 10 wind farms in the state and the contribution is part of a $1.3 million community-based relief effort the company is initiating with over 75 local agencies across the …

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Oilman Hamm picked by President for his economic reopening committee

  Oklahoma oilman Harold Hamm is among 200 executives and industry leaders named by President Donald Trump to his “Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups” to reopen the nation’s economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Hamm, founder and chairman of Continental Oil was included on a list of energy leaders including Darren Woods at ExxonMobil, Viciki …

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Oklahoma gasoline prices fall 7 cents in a week

Gasoline prices dropped even more in the past week for drivers in Oklahoma and across the nation. Oklahoma’s average price dropped 7 cents to reach $1.39 per gallon while the national average declined for the 7th straight week to reach $1.86 this week. Prices have dropped 61 cents across the country in the past seven …

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Negotiations underway for Strategic Oil Reserve

  The U.S. Energy Department is negotiating with nine companies to rent about 23 million barrels of oil storage capacity in its Strategic Petroleum Reserve as part of a Trump administration bid to help drain the country’s growing glut of crude.  The Energy Department said most of the oil will be delivered in May and …

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Texas regulators undecided on mandated reduction in oil production

  The Texas Railroad Commission spent most of Tuesday and well into the night hearing arguments for and against a request to adopt a mandated cut in oil production in the state. The decision was delayed and it’s not known at this time when the regulators might come to agreement on what to do. As …

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Wyoming could lose billions in oil crisis and OK companies are a part of it

  The actions of dozens of Oklahoma oil and gas companies is leading analysts to predict the state of Wyoming could lose $555 million to nearly $2.8 billion in state revenues over the next two years. That’s how many Oklahoma exploration and production companies from Oklahoma City and Tulsa and other cities are active in …

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