February 17, 2021 archive

Completion reports for February 17, 2021

DEWEY COUNTY Derby Exploration Llc Mississippian(11258): Oil 154 Gas 2896 Water 819 Flow 30 18N 14W Chain 19-30-1xh, November 17, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 18734 ft Lat: 36.00079, Long: -98.72643 API: 35043237090000

Permits to drill for February 17, 2021

Permits to drill issued on February 17, 2021 Carter County OIL CITY UNIT #79, February 17 2021 27 3S 2W SWSENWNW API: 01926432 Lat: 34.27122468946579, Long: -97.40173484768025 KODIAK OIL & GAS INC SH, DR, 1200 ft, PONTOTOC(850) Creek County TERRAIN #1-32, January 14 2019 32 19N 7E S2NWSWNE API: 03729421 Lat: 36.08474271164068, Long: -96.5920078307357 LITTLE RIVER ENERGY …

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Continental Resources struggles to supply natural gas in crisis

  The crisis over the power supply challenges in Oklahoma has the attention of Continental Resources CEO Bill Berry who told investors on Wednesday the company is producing about half of the natural gas it normally does. During a conference call to discuss the company’s fourth quarter 2020 earnings report, he told listeners and viewers, …

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Another increase in crude as oil settled at $64 overseas

Skip to content     Crude oil prices jumped again in U.S. trading on Wednesday as West Texas Intermediate crude rose $1.09 to finish the day at $61.14 a barrel. The oil price is for March delivery. Global benchmark Brent crude for April delivery increased 99 cents to settle at $64.34 a barrel in trading …

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New contract could mean expansion of Mammoth Energy

  Mammoth Energy Services Inc. announced Wednesday that one of its wholly owned subsidiaries had obtained a new contract worth $40 million over the next three years. And it could lead to an expansion of the company. Aquawolf, LLC was awarded the contract by a major utility that was not named in the announcement. The …

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Enable Midstream acquired in $7 billion deal by Energy Transfer

  In a more than $7 billion deal, Oklahoma City’s Enable Midstream is merging with Dallas-based Energy Transfer LP. The transaction will include a $10 million cash payment for Enable’s general partner and represents the latest consolidation of companies in the energy downturn that were predicted by many analysts. Under the agreement, Energy transfer will …

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Frozen wind turbines become hot political issue

  Defenders of renewable energy are firing back claiming frozen wind turbines were not the main cause of the massive power challenges confronting residents of Texas and Oklahoma. The issue melted into a political one between conservatives and liberals. A few days after some observers had noted that wind turbines were frozen in West Texas …

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Kansas regulators acted quickly on emergency storm order

  The emergency order approved this week by Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners directing utilities to prioritize the delivery of natural gas to their customers came days after regulators in Kansas did the same. The Kansas Corporation Commission issued an emergency on Sunday, February 15, a day after Gov. Laura Kelly had issued a State of Disaster …

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Energy news in brief

** The mayor of a Texas city resigns after harshly telling residents seeking assistance during the power outage that “no one owes you or your family anything.” ** Chemicals giant DuPont decided to sell a plant in south Louisiana that emits a likely cancer causing pollutant, citing “major concerns” that government agencies would regulate its emissions to protect the community …

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Climate advisor gets a mild scolding over her middle America criticism

  National Climate Adviser Gina McCarthy recently rubbed someone the wrong way when she said it was time to get “the middle of the country understanding and active on climate.” That someone was Sen. Chuck Grassley, the Republican from Senator who has been a major supporter of biofuels. He didn’t care for her comment about …

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