October 13, 2020 archive

Completion reports for October 13, 2020

Completion reports filed on October 13, 2020. GARFIELD COUNTY Sk Nemaha Llc Mississippian(6810): Oil 459 Gas 844 Water 1474 Pump 33 20N 6W Betty 33-m1bh, September 29, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 11940 ft Lat: 36.17313, Long: -97.85231 API: 35047251470001 MAJOR COUNTY Interstate Explorations Llc Mississippian: Oil 230 Gas 121 Water 1900 Esp 11 21N 9W Taggert 21n-9w 11-1h, February 12, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 12756 ft …

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Permits to drill for October 13, 2020

Permits to drill issued on October 13, 2020. Grady County HAMPTON #4-22, October 13 2020 22 5N 5W SENWNENE API: 05124238 Lat: 34.89744690458826, Long: -97.70872231394867 RED ROCKS OIL & GAS OPERATING LLC DH, RC, 12800 ft, SYCAMORE(10415), HUNTON(10725), VIOLA(11425), BROMIDE(11900), MCLISH(12555) Hughes County STEELE #1-11, October 13 2020 11 8N 8E N2NWSWNE API: 06324924 Lat: 35.184239026731845, Long: …

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Tuesday was a down day for most energy stocks

  Maybe that old Johnny Cash Song “Burning Ring of Fire” describes best what happened to energy stocks on Tuesday—“down, down, down And the flames went higher.” Alliance Resource Partners slipped more than 3% or 9 cents to $2.71 per share. Blueknight Energy Partners closed at $1.35, down 3 cents for a 2.17% decline. Chesapeake …

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U.S. benchmark WTI prices reclaim $40 mark, a day after settling at lowest in a week

  Oil futures finished higher on Tuesday, with U.S. prices reclaiming the $40 mark a day after settling at their lowest in a week, as data showed a jump in Chinese crude imports. West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery rose 77 cents, or nearly 2%, to settle at $40.20 a barrel on the New York …

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Changes announced in Gov. Stitt’s administrative leaders

  Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has made more changes in his administration. The McCarville Report says a former leader of the State Senate, Brian Bingman will become Secretary of State. Click here to view the McCarville Report story.

Perfume entrepreneur buys half of oil leases offered by administration since August

  A Myanmar-born perfume entrepreneur and missionary has snapped up nearly half of the oil and gas leases offered by the Trump administration since August, saying the coronavirus pandemic created an opportunity to buy them cheaply. Levi Sap Nei Thang, who boasts a large social media following and said she is a Christian guided by …

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Biden denies he will ban fracking

  Presidential hopeful Joe Biden once again reiterated over the weekend he would not ban fracking, despite comments from President Donald Trump accusing him of targeting the oil and gas production technology. “I am not, not, not banning fracking. Period,” Biden said from Erie, Pa. The comments come as Trump has repeatedly tried to sow …

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White House slows solar tariff drop for final year

  The White House on Saturday issued a proclamation that will set the tariff on solar panels and cells 18 percent starting in February, rather than letting it fall to 15 percent as scheduled. The tariff began at 30 percent in 2018 and stepped down 5 percentage points each year and is presently 20 percent. The decision …

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Solar-plus-storage replaces coal plant in New Mexico, makes carbon-capture retrofit moot

  The debate over how to replace the generation capacity that will be lost following the closing of the 847-MW coal-fired San Juan Generating Station in June of 2022 is officially over, with Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) opting to move forward with four solar-plus-storage projects in San Juan’s stead. Click here to …

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New Mexico governor urged to take stand against nuclear plan

    Environmentalists and other watchdog groups want New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to create a government agency that would be tasked with keeping the state from becoming a permanent dumping ground for spent nuclear fuel and other high-level waste. Dozens of groups sent a letter Friday to the Democratic governor reported the Associated …

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