October 10, 2020 archive

Completion reports for October 9, 2020

Completion reports filed on October 9, 2020. CREEK COUNTY Enterprise Energy Exploration Inc Dutcher(2750): Oil 8 Water 50 Pump 33 15N 10E Discovery 1-33, March 20, 2020 SH, OIL, TD: 3358 ft Lat: 35.72692, Long: -96.26266 API: 35037294330001 GRADY COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Woodford(12150): Oil 212 Gas 314 Water 3831 Flow 18 7N 5W Jacquez 5-18-19xhw, July 17, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 20130 ft Lat: …

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Permits to drill for October 9, 2020

Permits to drill issued on October 9, 2020. permits: none were processed today

Oil settles lower after a reported end to the strike in Norway

  Oil futures ended lower on Friday after Reuters reported that oil firms in Norway reached a wage agreement with labor union officials, ending a strike that could have led to 25% reduction in the nation’s output next week. U.S. prices, however, scored a weekly gain of 9.6% with most energy production in the Gulf of Mexico shut down …

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Edmond energy company sues EOG Resources over delayed oil production royalty, interest payments

    An Edmond, Oklahoma energy company, Wake Energy LLC has filed a breach of contract lawsuit in Wyoming federal court against Houston’s EOG Resources. Wake Energy maintains that EOG has failed to pay royalty proceeds on time, as well as the accompanying interest from failing to meet those deadlines to those who are owed …

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Energy news in brief

** The League of Conservation Voters Victory Fund said Thursday it will spend $2 million in digital and cable ads attacking oil companies and President Donald Trump for exacerbating climate change. ** The big clean energy project to watch at Dominion is happening in the waters off Virginia. In fact, the utility recently completed the …

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Author and scientist says Oklahoma can be a leader in renewable energy

  After 40 years in the energy industry, scientist and author Jack Kerfoot, a native of Tulsa now living in Portland, Oregon makes the claim that Oklahoma is well-positioned to become a leader in renewable energy. He recently espoused his views in an interview with KRMG radio of Tulsa and explained that he once sat down …

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