September 14, 2020 archive

Completion reports for September 14, 2020

Completion reports filed on September 14, 2020. ALFALFA COUNTY Trans Pacific Oil Corporation Mississippian(4896): Gas 850 Water 650 Flow 33 29N 12W State Of Oklahoma ‘a’ 1-33, January 22, 2019 SH, GAS, TD: 5820 ft Lat: 36.94495, Long: -98.50662 API: 35003233420000 KINGFISHER COUNTY Chisholm Oil & Gas Operating Llc Mississippian (less Chester): Oil 420 Gas 543 Water 1171 Esp 29 18N 9W Buffalo Hump 18-09-29 …

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Permits to drill for September 14, 2020

Permits to drill issued for September 14, 2020. Grady County MCLEMORE #2-29, September 14 2020 29 5N 5W NESENWNE API: 05123799 Lat: 34.881539333342886, Long: -97.74552736397843 RED ROCKS OIL & GAS OPERATING LLC DH, RC, 15770 ft, HART(9859) Pottawatomie County PEARCY #4-21, September 14 2020 21 8N 3E CS2NENE API: 12523954 Lat: 35.156982049754234, Long: -96.98659993490939 ARROWHEAD ENERGY INC …

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OK regulator defends his use of unspent campaign money

  Oklahoma Corporation Commission chairman Todd Hiett is facing questions about how he spent leftover campaign money on an office. Commissioner Hiett denies wrongdoing and says his use of the money is legal, according to News 9 TV.   Click here for the News 9 story.

Some Oklahoma energy stocks started off the week with slight gains

  While oil prices slipped Monday to tease investors with the thought of dropping below $37 a barrel, energy companies with Oklahoma connections saw slight improvements in their shares. Alliance Resource Partners ended the day up 7 cents for a 2.24% gain to $3.19. Blueknight Energy Partners rose 6 cents for a gain of 4.29% …

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Oil prices hover around $37 mark

  Oil futures ended lower on Monday, undercut by continued demand worries, as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries further reduced its outlook for demand growth, as well as the potential for more oil from Libya. West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery  fell 9 cents, or 0.2%, to end at $37.24 a barrel on …

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Spirit Aerosytems planning more layoffs?

  Wichita-based Spirit Aerosystems is reportedly preparing for another round of layoffs after letting thousands of workers go because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But it’s unclear if the layoffs will hit Spirit’s operations in Tulsa and McAlester, KWCH TV in Wichita reports Spirit CEO Tom Gentile announced the company was canceling a new ventilator project …

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Walmart to test drone delivery program in NW Arkansas

  Walmart Inc., which recently said it is testing drone delivery in North Carolina, will start another pilot program in Northwest Arkansas early next year. The retailer said Monday it will work with drone delivery firm Zipline to deliver select health and wellness products from a Walmart store near its Bentonville headquarters. The service could …

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Devon Energy helps SE New Mexico fire and law agencies

  Oklahoma City’s Devon Energy has made donations to 20 fire and law enforcement agencies in southeast New Mexico. The agencies are located in Eddy and Lea Counties which make up part of the Permian Basin where cities have relied heavily on oil and gas revenues. Devon did not reveal the amount of the donations, …

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OERB promotes virtual classroom presentations about oil and gas

  The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board is promoting more of its virtual K-12 energy education workshops funded by the Oklahoma Oil and Natural Gas industry. The two-hour Zoom workshops provide hands-on lessons aligned to Oklahoma academic standards, materials and professional development hours. Educators who attend the virtual workshops will receive a kit with enough materials needed …

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Williams Cos. CEO upbeat about his company’s energy projects

  While natural gas pipeline operators have run into problems with development along the East Coast, including the cancellation of one massive project, the head of Tulsa’s Williams Cos. remains as optimistic as ever about the future of natural gas and his firm’s ability to transport it. Alan Armstrong, President and CEO gave the indication …

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