April 2021 archive

Completion reports for April 14, 2021

CANADIAN COUNTY Rafter H Operating Llc Springer(11718): Gas 125 Water 30 Flow 20 12N 10W Carlile Unit 1-20, March 09, 2021 SH, GAS, TD: 11235 ft Lat: 35.49644, Long: -98.27570 API: 35017213740002 Urban Oil & Gas Group Llc Cottage Grove(8170): Oil 32 Water 35 Pump 29 13N 8W Ccgu 10-29, January 28, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 8326 ft Lat: 35.56758, Long: -98.08105 API: 35017235990001 CARTER …

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Permits to drill for April 14, 2021

Canadian County PETREE #3-9, April 14 2021 09 11N 8W N2S2S2NE API: 01723753 Lat: 35.44379308334944, Long: -98.04774268541964 MAVERICK BROTHERS RESOURCES LLC SH, RC, 12200 ft, SKINNER LOW(9825), RED FORK(9900), MISSISSIPPI LIME(11005), HUNTON(11376) Canadian County PETREE #5-9, April 14 2021 09 11N 8W NENWSENW API: 01723826 Lat: 35.44540013717312, Long: -98.05491628158062 MAVERICK BROTHERS RESOURCES LLC SH, RC, 12334 ft, …

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Boil order lifted in Oklahoma’s Osage County

From the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality: The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has advised the Osage Co. RWD #21, located in Osage County, to inform users of its drinking water to use water that has been brought to a full, rolling boil for at least one minute, bottled water, or water from another …

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Inhofe votes against White House environmental nominee

  The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed the nomination of Brenda Mallory to run the White House Council on Environmental Quality but did so without the support of Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe. In a statement following the 53-45 vote, the Senator said Mallory was chosen to carry out what he called the “far-left agenda of …

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Sen. Inhofe urges more support for Highway Trust Fund

  Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe urged the support of highway user fees in order to finance the nation’s Highway Trust Fund. “I also think the fact that we are now looking at something on the electric vehicles, paying their fair share, I just rejoice that people are talking about that now and it is …

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Big gains for crude oil leaves prices above $63

  Crude oil prices made better gains in Wednesday’s trading as global US benchmark prices settled above $63. Prices soared nearly 5% following an International Energy Agency report and word about U.S. inventory data raised optimism about resumption of demand for fuel. West Texas Intermediate for May delivery crude rose $2.97 to $63.15 a barrel …

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First of three new PSO wind farms begins commercial operation

  Sundance, the first of three new Oklahoma wind farms that will provide clean energy to Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) customers, is now in service. The 199-megawatt (MW) Sundance project is located northwest of Aline in Woods County, and is part of the 1,485-MW North Central Energy Facilities (NCEF), from which PSO customers …

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Gasoline prices hold steady at $2.63 in Oklahoma

  Oklahoma gasoline prices held steady in the past week staying at $2.63 a gallon average, the same price as a week ago, but three cents lower than a month ago. AAA reported the statewide average compared to the national average of $2.86 a gallon. Oklahoma City prices averaged $2.56, down three cents in the …

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Produced water injection plan draws challenges in Wyoming

  A state-approved plan to injection “produced” water into a Wyoming aquifer has been challenged by conservation groups who claim the project fails to meet Safe Drinking Water Act requirements. A report by WyoFile indicated the challenge was made by the Powder River Basin Resource Council, Wyoming Outdoor Council and Natural Resources Defense Council. They …

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Hundreds call for nationwide ban on fracking

    Hundreds of state and local elected officials from across the national signed a letter sent to the President this week demanding a nationwide ban on new federal permits for fracking and fossil fuel infrastructure. Nearly 400 signed the letter calling on the federal government to end fossil fuel industrial subsidies reported The Hill. …

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