June 11, 2020 archive

Completion reports for June 11, 2020

Completion reports filed on June 11, 2020. BLAINE COUNTY Marathon Oil Company Miss Lime/miss’an (less Chester): Oil 1054 Gas 1532 Water 2600 Flow 3 16N 11W Roser 1611 2-3-34mxh, May 04, 2019 HH, OIL, TD: 20385 ft Lat: 35.88538, Long: -98.35503 API: 35011241080002 Ovintiv Mid-continent Inc. Mississippian (less Chester): Oil 91 Gas 11913 Water 645 Flow 3 14N 13W Debbie Fed 1413 7h-3x, March 29, 2019 …

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Permits to drill for June 11, 2020

Permits to drill issued on June 11, 2020. Stephens County FRENSLEY B #9, June 11 2020 25 1S 5W NWNESESW API: 13721742 Lat: 34.4370200901443, Long: -97.67742631140554 STEPHENS & JOHNSON OPERATING CO SH, RC, 4414 ft, HOXBAR(1314), DEESE(1685), MISSISSIPPI LIME(3888)

Big drop in oil prices in US and overseas

  Crude oil producers took it on the chin again Thursday as futures prices in the U.S. and overseas took their biggest drop in more than six weeks. West Texas Intermediate crude for July deliver fell $3.26 or 8.2% at $36.34 a barrel in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, this after rising 1.7% …

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Kiowa Power Partners, Shell Energy Award $12,000 in College Scholarships

   Kiowa Power Partners, LLC, owner of Tenaska Kiamichi Generating Station near Kiowa, and the facility’s electricity customer, Shell Energy North America, L.P., have awarded $12,000 in college scholarships to eight Kiowa High School seniors. Since 2004, the companies have presented 140 scholarships totaling nearly $150,000 to local students. Scholarships were awarded to Kiowa High …

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Senators to explore pandemic’s impact on energy

  The U.S. Senate Energy Committee has announced a June 16 hearing to examine impacts of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic on the energy sector. Witnesses have yet to be announced, but ME expects lawmakers will be interested in the oil price crash and the more than 600,000 jobs in the clean energy sector lost during the crisis. The Committee …

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Toughest well regulations adopted by Colorado regulators

  Three years after a home explosion caused by a leaking gas line killed two men, Colorado regulators Wednesday adopted new rules to guard the integrity of oil and gas wells and protect groundwater resources — rules industry and environmental groups both called the most comprehensive in the country. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation …

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Companies faces fines in New Mexico over alleged illegal water dumping

  New Mexico regulators are proposing thousands of dollars in fines for two companies accused of illegally dumping produced water from oil and gas operations in the southeastern part of the state. The state Oil Conservation Division said Wednesday the water was dumped on state trust lands and on a road in Lea County, according …

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Colorado group drops plans for anti-fracking ballot measure

  The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in an environmental group abandoning efforts to put an anti-fracking measure on the Colorado November ballot. Reuters reported Colorado Rising won’t launch a petition drive after its 2018 effort failed and it had explored several ballot initiatives to create more stringent regulations on oil and gas drilling in the …

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Energy news in brief

** Phillips 66 executive management will host a conference call webcast at noon EDT on Friday, July 31, to discuss the company’s second-quarter 2020 financial results, which will be released earlier that day, and provide an update on strategic initiatives. ** Product Advisory notices have been sent to importers, Building Code Associations and Homebuilder Associations throughout the …

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Oklahoma natural gas volumes tumble

  A new report shows how the plunging rig numbers in Oklahoma’s SCOOP and STACK plays have resulted in plummeting amounts of natural gas flowing from the state.   Falling production receipts along the four largest pipelines running through Oklahoma has led to lower natural gas supply from the Midcon Producing region to reach Upper …

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