September 3, 2020 archive

Completion reports for September 3, 2020

Completion reports filed on September 3, 2020. ALFALFA COUNTY Hinkle Oil & Gas Inc Cherokee Sand / Mississippi Chat: Gas 1 Flow 36 28N 11W State Of Oklahoma 1-36, April 17, 2019 SH, GAS, TD: 6050 ft Lat: 36.85691, Long: -98.33960 API: 35003213130003 LINCOLN COUNTY Roberson Oil Company Inc Mississippian: Oil 173 Gas 518 Water 1300 Pump 34 17N 3E Sadler 1-27mh, July 07, …

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Permits to drill for September 3, 2020

Permits to drill for September 3, 2020. Kay County ROSS #4, September 02 2020 27 25N 1W NWNWSWSE API: 07123999 Lat: 36.61120271723355, Long: -97.29098041795156 KODA OPERATING LLC SH, RC, 4408 ft, LAYTON(3123)

Tough trading Thursday for most Oklahoma energy operators

  Oil prices dropped Thursday and so did the value of most energy companies with operations based in Oklahoma or in its shale plays. But surprisingly, Panhandle Oil and Gas gained 22 cents or 12.87% to reach $1.93 and Chesapeake Energy saw an 8% increase or 38 cents more a share to settle at $5.08. Alliance …

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Oil prices fall, with Brent at lowest finish since July

  Oil futures declined on Thursday, with prices for the global Brent crude benchmark marking their lowest settlement since July as concerns remained over the outlook for demand. Oil prices saw even steeper losses early Thursday as the U.S. stock market sold off sharply on the heels of a tech selloff. West Texas Intermediate crude for October …

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Feds close door on new environmental study for Los Alamos National Lab

  The U.S. Department of Energy won’t conduct a new sitewide environmental review of Los Alamos National Laboratory as it gears up to produce 30 nuclear warhead triggers by 2026, a decision that has irked critics who say the agency is pushing through plans without assessing possible problems at the site. The National Nuclear Security …

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Third Quarter Oklahoma Economist Compares Oklahoma’s Economy in 1920 to 2020

  The Oklahoma City Branch of the Federal Reserve of Kansas City has released its latest issue of the quarterly publication the Oklahoma Economist. In 1920, the still-new state of Oklahoma was recovering from a global pandemic-the “Spanish flu”-and was suffering from a sharp downturn in commodity prices, both similar to situations today, according to …

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Sierra Club says Consumer’s natural gas report is “misguided”

  The Sierra Club takes issue with the Consumer Energy Alliance which announced this week the savings of billions of dollars for Oklahomans through the use of natural gas. Rebecca Kling, Associate Press Secretary of the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign says the Alliance is not a “neutral voice” because it is funded by fossil …

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EPA announces Colorado-based office dedicated to cleaning up abandoned mines

  The Environmental Protection Agency is creating a new office in Lakewood, Coloroado to focus on cleaning up abandoned hardrock mining sites west of the Mississippi River, including the Bonita Peak Mining District where the Gold King Mine disaster originated in 2015. The Colorado Sun reported that the Office of Mountains, Deserts and Plains will be located in …

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Differences erupt on Oklahoma Corporation Commission

  The tense differences between Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony and the two remaining commissioners, Todd Hiett and Dana Murphy became more evident Thursday during their regular meeting. At one point during a discussion of Anthony’s effort to have the regulators vote in a reaffirmation of a statutory ban of accepting a bribe, Commissioner Murphy …

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Energy news in brief

**  The sight of a huge oil tanker that has taken on water and is leaning to one side off a remote stretch of Venezuela’s coast has triggered international calls for action. After years of neglect, the FSO Nabarima, a rusting hulk full of thick crude, is in a dangerous state of disrepair. ** Marathon Petroleum has announced …

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