April 19, 2021 archive

Completion reports for April 19, 2021

KINGFISHER COUNTY Ovintiv Mid-continent Inc. Mississippian (less Chester): Oil 752 Gas 1099 Water 2502 Flow 5 16N 8W Santana 1708 5h-29x, March 28, 2019 HH, OIL, TD: 19391 ft Lat: 35.89657, Long: -98.07612 API: 35073263130000

Permits to drill for April 19, 2021

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, AM, 12334 ft, SKINNER LOW(9910), OSBORN(10030), MISSISSIPPI LIME(11500), HUNTON(11800) Coal County HB ##3-14/11H, February 10 2021 23 2N 9E NESWNENW API: 02921402 Lat: 34.63424544953608, Long: -96.33089017604824 CANYON CREEK ENERGY ARKOMA LLC HH, AM, 13975 ft, …

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US crude bounced back for a strong $63 a barrel

  Crude oil prices on Monday recovered much of what they lost on Friday. West Texas Intermediate crude oil for May deliver, considered the benchmark U.S. oil, rose 25 cents to $63.38 a barrel in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent Crude went up 28 cents to finish the day at …

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GOP Energy roundtable to be held Friday in Tulsa

  Oklahoma congressmen Kevin Hern and Markwayne Mullin, members of the Congressional Western Caucus and the House Energy Action Team will hold a roundtable Friday in Tulsa where American energy independence will be the topic of discussion. Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise, the Republican Whip in the House will also take part in the session where …

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Energy Transfer turns 25 years old

  Just a few months after it acquired Oklahoma City-based Enable Midstream Partners in a $7.2 billion deal, Dallas-based Energy Transfer launched its 25th anniversary celebration. The company is considered the leading midstream provider in the U.S. with more than 90,000 miles of pipeline in 38 states and Canada, international offices in Canada and Beijing …

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Iowa congresswoman wants to make sure biofuels are in Biden’s infrastructure plan

  An Iowa Democratic congresswoman wants the President’s $2.2 trillion infrastructure measure to include lots of money for the biofuels industry in her state. Rep. Cindy Axne started campaigning Biden administration officials to make sure the renewable fuels industry isn’t left out of the American Jobs Act being drawn up by congressional leaders. Radio Iowa …

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Tough pipeline protest law in Kansas angers Native Americans

  Some Native American legislators in Kansas contend a new state law there making it a misdemeanor to trespass near oil and gas pipelines unfairly targets Native American protesters. Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, a Democrat signed the bill into law last week and it takes effect July 1. It’s already a felony in the state …

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One last wintry slap in Oklahoma?

Kiss Monday’s 70 degree weather goodbye in a hurry. It appears winter wants to take one final punch at the state as a hard freeze is anticipated Tuesday and Wednesday. Gary McManus, State Climatologist with the Oklahoma Mesonet observed it this way in his Monday morning newsletter. “Yeah, that’s gonna sting. Like I said last …

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Renewable energy development booms in New Mexico

  New Mexico’s State Land Commissioner says the office has more than doubled renewable energy development on state lands over the past two years. The New Mexico Political Report says 466 megawatts were added since Garcia Richard took office and soon the office will get to a goal of tripling renewable energy on state trust land. Click here for …

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Oklahoma’s fight with Interior Dept draws attention

    Oklahoma’s fight with the Interior Department stemming from its takeover of coal-mining regulations enforcement following the U.S. Supreme Court McGirt ruling caught the attention of the national media this week. As OK Energy Today earlier in the month, Interior notified Oklahoma that federal officials would enforce mining laws in the Muscogee (Creek) Reservation. …

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