April 18, 2021 archive

Attorney General Hunter Opposes Biden Administration’s Attempted Takeover of Mining and Reclamation in Oklahoma

Attorney General Mike Hunter sharply rebuked Pres. Joe Biden’s Interior Department’s Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement for its attempted takeover of regulating coal mining and reclamation activities on land in Oklahoma subject to the McGirt decision. OK Energy Today reported last week that the Interior Department made the move. The response comes after the agency’s deputy …

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Big wells reported in Grady County by Citizen Energy III

  Tulsa’s Citizen Energy III LLC reported completion of four wells on a single pad in Grady County with production of nearly 2,500 barrels of oil a day. The Bridge Creek wells, located in Bridge Creek near state highways 37 and 4 had spud dates in September 2020 at a site located at 14 9N 5W. …

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US crude oil prices still above $63

  Crude oil prices fell Friday in trading but US prices remained above the $63 mark at the New York Mercantile Exchange. West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery dropped 33 cents to $63.13 a barrel. Global benchmark Brent Crude for June delivery slipped 17 cents to $66.77 a barrel in ICE Futures Europe. May …

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