February 18, 2021 archive

Completion reports for February 18, 2021

PONTOTOC COUNTY Citation Oil & Gas Corporation 28 2N 7E East Fitts Unit(E.h. Moore – Mack 2) 34-2, March 21, 2018 SH, INJ, TD: 4306 ft Lat: 34.61179, Long: -96.57020 API: 35123023220006

Permits to drill for February 18, 2021

Grady County SANDY CREEK RANCH #3-30-19XHW, February 17 2021 30 4N 5W SESWSWSE API: 05124813 Lat: 34.783898440225464, Long: -97.76300051005632 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, AM, 25696 ft, SYCAMORE(14870), WOODFORD(15372), HUNTON(15427) Grady County DOUGHERTY-WELCH #2, February 18 2021 01 4N 5W NESENWNW API: 05123476 Lat: 34.85307556358858, Long: -97.68241676263845 RED ROCKS OIL & GAS OPERATING LLC SH, RC, 13030 ft, …

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Oil prices dropped—so did most Oklahoma energy stocks

    Crude oil prices took a plunge in Thursday’s trading and Oklahoma energy stocks followed suit, some dropping more than 8%. West Texas Intermediate crude for March delivery dropped 62 cents to $60.52 a barrel in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent crude oil for April delivery fell 41 cents …

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New drilling interest in Oklahoma

  Energy companies are planning more drilling activity in Oklahoma including Continental Resources which obtained permits to drill this week including a four-well site in Grady County. Continental actually received permits for five Sandy Creek Ranch wells, with one to be located adjacent to the four-well, single-pad site. The SANDY CREEK RANCH #4-30-19XHW, is located at 31 …

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Natural gas line explosion in northern Oklahoma

(Enid News&Eagle) While Oklahoma struggled with natural gas supplies to keep power plants producing electricity in the historic winter storm, some flow was interrupted when a natural gas line exploded early Thursday near the northern town of Ames. No one was injured and the fire was eventually allowed to burn itself out according to the …

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Downturn didn’t stop energy firms from helping non-profits

  Oklahoma’s non-profit organizations are giving a big thank you to the people of Oklahoma Oil & Natural Gas. Despite the downturn, organizations, companies and individuals from the industry have stepped up to help their fellow Oklahomans across the state. In fact, some of the state’s largest non-profits are reporting that the oil and natural …

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Wind turbine maker lays off 450 workers in Colorado

  The same day President Biden defended his anti-fossil fuel program and spoke of good-paying renewable energy jobs, ill winds blew at wind-turbine manufacturer Vestas as the company laid off 450 workers at its Colorado manufacturing plants. As reported by the Pueblo Chieftain, the Danish company laid off 120 workers at its tower-manufacturing plant in …

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Energy news in brief

** Saudi Arabia intends to raise its oil output in April after committing to unilaterally cut 1 million barrels per day of crude production in February and March in an effort to boost global prices, according to advisers to the kingdom, though they said the plans could be reversed if circumstances change reported Morning Consult. …

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Evergy changes course over retirement plans of coal plants

  Just as coal-fired power plants provided a bulk of the electricity during the historic frigid weather and rolling blackouts that hit Oklahoma,  Kansas based company Evergy has changed course about how to abandon those coal plants. As E&E News reported, the Kansas City utility has come out in support of proposals in Kansas and …

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Solar panel users could face fees in Missouri

  In Missouri, the legislature is considering a bill to allow utility companies to charge more to buy back excess electrical power from solar panel users. A House Utilities Committee held a hearing this week on legislation that would allow utilities and electricity providers to raise costs for customers who use solar panels. It would …

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