October 7, 2020 archive

Completion reports for October 7, 2020

Completion reports filed on October 7, 2020. GARFIELD COUNTY White Star Petroleum Llc 25 23N 5W Abbey 25-23n-5w 1swd, January 18, 2019 SH, DISP, TD: 6757 ft Lat: 36.43443, Long: -97.67913 API: 35047251770000 GRADY COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Mississippian(11480): Oil 229 Gas 2592 Water 278 Flow 9 9N 7W Lensgraf 1-9-4xhm, April 16, 2019 HH, OIL, TD: 22071 ft Lat: 35.26253, Long: …

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Permits to drill for October 7, 2020

Permits to drill issued on October 7, 2020. Garvin County SHAWSHEE #1-9, October 07 2020 09 4N 3W CSWSESW API: 04924041 Lat: 34.82721645102062, Long: -97.52264967288504 RUFFEL LANCE OIL & GAS LLC DH, RC, 10140 ft, GIBSON(7050), HART(7096)

Energy firms held their ground in Wednesday’s trading

While crude oil futures took a hit in Wednesday’s trading, Oklahoma related energy companies managed to continue their gains. Alliance Resources dropped 7 cents for a 2.47% decline to $2.76. Blueknight Energy Partners closed down a dime or 1.70% to $5.78. Chesapeake Energy 10 cents for a 2.50% slide to $3.90 a share. Cypress Environmental Partners …

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Why oil got left behind as stocks soar on revived stimulus hopes

  Stocks soared Wednesday, with the Dow up more than 500 points in afternoon trade Wednesday but oil futures didn’t follow suit. Analysts said the equity rally wasn’t necessarily all about rising prospects for targeted fiscal stimulus in the near term, but might reflect the idea that a more sweeping package would be in store once …

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Gov. Stitt, OSDH Announce Oklahoma Pandemic Center for Innovation and Excellence, Move of Public Health Lab to Rural OK

Oklahoma has created a new Oklahoma Pandemic Center for Innovation and Excellence which will be located in Stillwater and work closely with Oklahoma State University. The Oklahoma State Department of Health, in partnership with Governor Kevin Stitt and federal, state and private industry leadership, announced the establishment of the Center, the first center of its …

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Energy news in brief

** A Government Accountability Office report finds the Interior Department failed to determine need before issuing $4.5 million in royalty cuts to oil producers as pandemic relief. ** The glut that drove natural gas prices to the lowest level in 25 years early in the summer isn’t over yet — and may drive U.S. inventories to their highest-ever …

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott joins opposition to nuclear waste project in New Mexico

  Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott was the latest public official to oppose a proposed nuclear storage facility to be built near Carlsbad and Hobbs, along with another in West Texas. The Carlsbad Current-Argus reported that in a Sept. 30 letter to President Donald Trump, Abbott wrote that he worried locating high-level nuclear waste facilities in the Permian Basin …

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Company wants to take Minnesota county’s frac sand ban to U.S. Supreme Court

 Frac sand mining company Minnesota Sands is intent on taking a county’s frac sand mining ban all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported the company lost its case before the Minnesota Supreme Court in March but still contends the ban by Winona County violates the U.S. Constitution. Click here …

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Old wellsite spraying oil and natural gas after hit by logging equipment

  An old well accidentally hit by logging equipment in Jasper County, Texas continued spewing gas and oil as of late Tuesday. Located in far east Texas, the George W. Brown #2 well is near the Ebenezer Community. A Texas Railroad Commission representative confirmed the well was accidentally hit by logging equipment. The Angelina River …

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State agencies start to fill the former SandRidge Energy tower in downtown OKC

  The former SandRidge Energy headquarters tower in downtown Oklahoma City is once again being filled with workers. But these employees are those who work for various state agencies following the state’s $35.5 million purchase of the building. Workers for the Oklahoma Tax Commission, the State Department of Health and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation …

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