January 26, 2021 archive

Completion reports for January 26, 2021

Completion reports filed on January 26, 2021. CUSTER COUNTY Citizen Energy Iii Llc Mississippian: Gas 12706 Water 513 Flow 8 13N 14W Wl 1h-8-17, October 01, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 23227 ft Lat: 35.61614, Long: -98.71947 API: 35039225870001 Citizen Energy Iii Llc Mississippian: Gas 9594 Water 599 Flow 8 13N 14W Wl 2h-8-5, October 01, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 23618 ft Lat: 35.61614, Long: …

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Permits to drill for January 26, 2021

Permits to drill issued on January 26, 2021. Love County CAROLYN #1-2H35X, December 02 2020 02 8S 2E SESWSESW API: 08521321 Lat: 33.88297366559827, Long: -97.06808829493158 XTO ENERGY INC MU, AM, 23987 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(14814), WOODFORD(17205)

Hundreds already lose their jobs over Keystone XL cancellation

  Hundreds of workers on the Keystone XL pipeline have reportedly already lost their jobs because of President Biden’s cancellation of the permit allowing the line to be built in Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska. The Republican National Committee made a Twitter post this week with a video of a Keystone XL general manager announcing …

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GOP leaders tell President his 60-day energy freeze contradicts his call for unity

  Oklahoma congressman Frank Lucas joined House Republican leaders in sending a letter to President Biden calling on him to revoke the 60-day freeze he announced on new mining, oil and gas leasing and permitting on federal lands. He joined House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy of California, GOP Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and GOP …

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Ho hum Tuesday for crude futures while Oklahoma stocks suffered losses

Week two of the Biden administration and Oklahoma energy stocks continued in their depressed ways with most reporting losses in Tuesday’s trading. Earlier in Tuesday’s trading, crude futures saw some gains as investors liked word that Russia and Iraq will have lower oil exports in February. West Texas Intermediate crude finished up 19 cents for …

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Former NASA Administrator Bridenstine takes Oklahoma City job

  After serving as NASA Administrator in the Trump Administration, Jim Bridenstine will be back in Oklahoma working for an Oklahoma City private equity firm. The former 1st District U.S. Representative from Tulsa eagerly sought the NASA position and after getting it, helped lead the agency in its work to again putting man back on …

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Biofuels groups push for higher ethanol levels in gasoline production

    As the Wynnewood Refining Co. and the owner of two other small refineries prepare for a biofuels mandate fight before the U.S. Supreme Court, the ethanol industry is pushing for higher amounts to be included in gasoline production. POLITICO reported the biofuels industry will only be helped by the President’s plan to build …

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Oil and gas groups criticize Biden over his energy steps

  The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma wasn’t alone in its scathing response to President Biden’s recent moves targeting oil and gas. Oil and gas groups in Texas, New Mexico and Louisiana—all heavy oil and gas-producing states—blasted the President for the 60-day free he put on permits and leases of production on federal lands. “Should this …

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Sierra Club report blasts utilities for not doing enough to end coal use

  Some utilities in Oklahoma, Arkansas and other states don’t fare well in a new report card issued by the Sierra Club which graded them on their progress toward climate goals and eliminating use of coal-fired generators. Entitled “The Dirty Truth about Utility Climate Pledges, the report claimed that of 50 major utilities that generated …

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Energy news in brief

** President Biden is expected to announce several executive actions on Wednesday meant to fight climate change, including one asking government agencies to determine the extent of a drilling ban on federal land, two people with knowledge of the matter told The New York Times on Monday. ** Elon Musk is ‘super fired up’ about President Joe Biden’s focus …

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