April 6, 2021 archive

Completion reports for April 6, 2021

CANADIAN COUNTY Paloma Operating Co Inc Mississippian / Mississippi: Oil 35 Gas 2525 Water 3786 Flow 29 12N 8W Fatboy 29_32-12n-8w 3mhx, December 27, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 21789 ft Lat: 35.49270, Long: -98.06599 API: 35017255640000 Paloma Operating Co Inc Mississippian / Mississippi: Oil 64 Gas 2641 Water 3844 Flow 29 12N 8W Fatboy 29_32-12n-8w 4mhx, December 27, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 21775 ft Lat: 35.49270, …

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Permits to drill for April 6, 2021

Beaver County BARBY #1-35, April 06 2021 35 4N 26EC CSESE API: 00721190 LATIGO OIL AND GAS INC SH, RC, 5400 ft, LOVELL(4890), TONKAWA(5286) Major County ELIJAH #1-18H, April 06 2021 19 20N 10W NWNWNWNE API: 09325254 Lat: 36.202280805923436, Long: -98.30776320729503 ROX EXPLORATION INC HH, DR, 14200 ft, HUNTON(8500)

Crude oil finished up again but still less than $60 in US trading

  Crude oil prices rose less than $1 both in the U.S. and overseas in Tuesday’s trading. West Texas Intermediate crude for May deliver still finished less than $60 a barrel, going up 68 cents to finish the day at $59.33 in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent crude for June …

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Get ready for increased summer highway traffic

  The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts an increase in demand for petroleum products during the 2021 summer driving season as the impacts of COVID-19 diminish in the United States. EIA’s annual Summer Fuels Outlook, released today with EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), expects a 15% increase in U.S. highway travel this summer but still less highway …

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Oklahoma regulators continue handling historic February storm gas bills

  The historic winter gas bills and their impact on utilities in Oklahoma remain an issue being handled by Corporation Commissioners. At least two such requests for assistance in delaying any pass through of the costs of natural gas to consumers are on the agenda for the Wednesday meeting of the commission. Public Service Company …

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Renewable power jobs at low end of energy salaries

  While President Biden proclaimed he could replace Keystone XL pipeline workers with renewable energy jobs, a new study shows those renewable industry jobs do not pay as well as those in the nuclear, electric power transmission, natural gas, coal and oil industries. The report might also throw even more water on White House Climate …

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Energy news in brief

** President Joe Biden’s ambitious electric vehicle plan has run into a huge hurdle with U.S. trade law, forcing him to choose between swing-state jobs and American intellectual property rules that have come under intense scrutiny during the Covid-19 pandemic. **  A U.S. auto industry group on Monday urged the government to help as it warned the …

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Enviros start fight over deepwater Gulf oil export terminals

  Environmental groups are fighting plans for new deepwater oil export terminals in the Gulf of Mexico off the coasts of Louisiana and Texas. Groups such as the Sierra Club have started a letter-writing campaign to convince Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Maritime Administration’s Lucinda Lessley to deny the permits. There are four deepwater oil …

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First solar lab in Arkansas to be built at Hope

    The University of Arkansas Hope – Texarkana will soon be launching the first solar education lab in the state of Arkansas. KTBS TV reports it’s part of a program to train accredited solar technicians. Click here for KTBS report.

Rising oil and gas production boosts revenue for Oklahoma Treasury

For only the second time in the past year, Gross Receipts to the Oklahoma Treasury in March climbed above collections from the same month of the prior year. Receipts were propelled upward by rising oil and gas revenue, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced Tuesday. Collections from all sources in March total $1.1 billion, up by …

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