January 27, 2021 archive

Completion reports for January 27, 2021

Completion reports filed on January 27, 2021. BLAINE COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Mississippi Solid: Oil 646 Gas 5975 Water 546 Flow 33 15N 12W Angus Trust 2-33-4xhm, March 22, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 22500 ft Lat: 35.73879, Long: -98.48914 API: 35011242050000 Continental Resources Inc Woodford: Oil 145 Gas 3297 Water 1323 Flow 33 15N 12W Angus Trust 4-33-4xhw, April 15, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 23216 ft …

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Permits to drill for January 27, 2021

Permits to drill issued on January 27, 2021. permits: none were processed today

Gas wells completed in Custer and Pittsburg Counties of Oklahoma

  Tulsa’s Citizen Energy III filed completion reports this week on two natural gas wells with combined production of more than 22,000 Mcf a day from a Custer County site. Trinity Operating had producers in eastern Oklahoma. The two WI wells, located at 8 13N 14W on a single pad or about 6 miles due north of …

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Market response to Biden’s latest attack on oil and gas was mixed

It was though the markets didn’t know quite how to respond to President Biden’s move to freeze new oil and gas drilling on federal lands. Oil prices showed little change even after U.S. crude oil stocks dropped by close to 10 million barrels last week, reaching their lowest levels since March. U.S. West Texas Intermediate …

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Rep. Cole blasts Biden’s destructive energy policies–calls them ‘misguided’

  Oklahoma Republican Congressman Tom Cole says the President’s executive order freezing all new oil and gas drilling on federal land is not only a “misguided moratorium” but shows Biden “making political decisions to accommodate the most radical wing of his party.” In a statement after the President’s action Wednesday at the White House, Rep. …

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Republican House members rip Biden’s federal lands freeze—‘jobs will be lost’

  Oklahoma Congressmen Markwayne Mullin and Frank Lucas joined other members of the U.S. House Energy Action Team in denouncing and heavily criticizing President Biden’s order signed Wednesday banning all new oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters. “It was no secret President Biden planned to destroy the oil and gas industry if …

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Carbon products plant gets another expansion in Arkansas

  A German company announced it is expanding its carbon products manufacturing plant in Arkadelphia in Arkansas. The announcement by SGL Carbon of Wiesbaden, Germany said the $4.5 million expansion will result in the hiring of 35 full-time employees over the next three years. In 2013 the company announced a $26 million upgrade of the Ozark …

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Renewable Fuels group wages fight against electric cars

  It’s all about business. While fighting biofuel mandate waivers for small refineries like the Wynnewood Refining Company in Oklahoma, the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association has now come out in a fight against electric cars. It’s what Iowa Renewable Fuels Association executive director Monte Shaw said during a virtual Renewable Fuels Summit on Wednesday. He …

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Iowa governor wants new pumps to offer higher blend of biofuels

    The governor of Iowa is making a push to require new fuel pumps across her state to include higher blends for ethanol and biodiesel. Speaking at a virtual Renewable Fuels Summitt, Gov. Kim Reynolds said she was excited to advance policies that will grow the biofuels and ag industry. “That means making biofuels …

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A Biden suspension of new drilling on federal lands could cripple Wyoming

  The oil and gas industry in Wyoming as well as its state leaders are waiting for the hammer to fall if President Biden follows through with a total suspension of all new oil and gas leasing on federal lands. Here’s why. In Wyoming, nearly 51% of oil is drilled on public land and 92% …

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