September 10, 2020 archive

Completion reports for September 10, 2020

Completion reports filed on September 10, 2020. KINGFISHER COUNTY Ovintiv Mid-continent Inc. Mississippian (less Chester)(8763): Oil 430 Gas 1065 Water 1520 Flow 12 16N 9W Alan 1609 2h-13x, March 13, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 19589 ft Lat: 35.87092, Long: -98.11270 API: 35073265000003 Ovintiv Mid-continent Inc. Mississippian (less Chester)(8871): Oil 265 Gas 392 Water 1457 Flow 13 16N 9W Alan 1609 7h-13x, March 18, 2020 HH, OIL, …

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Permits to drill for September 10, 2020

Permits to drill issued on September 10, 2020. Custer County KINCAID #21-1, September 10 2020 21 15N 17W CNE API: 03920904 Lat: 35.76524548169048, Long: -99.00906154433142 ENCINO OPERATING LLC SH, RC, 16035 ft, MORROW(11980)

Energy news in brief

** Enbridge will fully resume operation of a Michigan Great Lakes oil pipeline after a partial shutdown this summer because of damage to a support structure. Circuit Judge James Jamo signed an order allowing the Canadian company to restore the flow through one of its Line 5 pipes beneath the Straits of Mackinac, which connects Lake Huron …

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Oil prices post a loss as EIA reports first weekly U.S. crude-stock climb in 7 weeks

  Oil prices posted a loss on Thursday after U.S. government data revealed a weekly climb in U.S. crude inventories, on the heels of six consecutive weeks of declines, raising expectations of an oversupplied market as uncertainty continues to surround the outlook for demand. On Thursday, West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery on the New …

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Energy stocks suffered in Thursday’s trading

  Local energy stocks in Oklahoma took a beating in Thursday’s trading with some firms seeing their shares drop 7-8%. One suffered a nearly 10% decline in the value of its shares. Alliance Resource Partners dropped 1% or 3 cents to $3.08. Blueknight Energy Partners ended the day down 2 cents or 1.38% to $1.43. …

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Corporation Commission locks media out of regulatory discussion involving a State Senator and his constituents

  So much for “transparency” at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission where on Thursday, OK Energy Today was cut off from monitoring a meeting held in the agency’s public headquarters building, a meeting called for by a publicly-elected State Senator where regulatory recommendations were discussed. It was a meeting where the Commission’s own COVID-19 regulations might …

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Air Force to pay $250,000 settlement over ‘forever’ chemicals at New Mexico Air Base

  The Air Force has agreed to pay a nearly $250,000 settlement over those “forever” PFAS chemicals at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico. The settlement agreement was approved this week by the New Mexico Water Control Commission between the New Mexico Environment Department and the Air Base for alleged violations of state environmental …

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SandRidge wraps up purchase of fading Mississippian Trust

  It’s a done deal!  SandRidge Energy’s $5.25 million acquisition of the overriding royalty interest assets of what is left of the SandRidge Mississippian Trust II. In a brief filing Thursday with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission, the company announced the closing. It explained the net purchase price was $3.28 million given the company’s 37.6% …

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DEQ to be updated on Supreme Court ruling impact on environmental regulations in eastern Oklahoma

  The Oklahoma Environmental Quality Board will hold a virtual meeting Sept. 15 where it will get an update on environmental regulations as a result of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that indicated much of eastern Oklahoma is now considered Indian country. DEQ General Counsel Robert Singletary will give the update but it will …

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Chandler, Meeker and Wellston FFA chapters received Devon Energy grants

(Chandler FFA) Three central Oklahoma FFA chapters received boosts to their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education thanks to grants from Devon Energy. Chandler FFA was awarded a grant for plant propagation equipment, which it will share with Meeker FFA. Horticulture students will use the equipment to better understand the stages of seed production, …

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