April 20, 2021 archive

Permits to drill for April 20, 2021

Canadian County HOOD 1006 #2LMH-5, January 23 2020 05 10N 6W NWNENENW API: 01725598 Lat: 35.37658182117078, Long: -97.85902782291011 CHAPARRAL ENERGY LLC HH, AM, 14700 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9763) Garvin County ANNA #1-23, April 20 2021 23 4N 3W SWNWNESW API: 04925335 Lat: 34.80292001334946, Long: -97.48802038786839 RUFFEL LANCE OIL & GAS LLC SH, DR, 8700 ft, DEESE 3 (GIBSON)(6660), DEESE …

Continue reading »

Completion reports for April 20, 2021

KINGFISHER COUNTY Ovintiv Mid-continent Inc. Mississippian: Oil 1111 Gas 1864 Water 1880 Flow 24 16N 8W Maybel Fed 1608 5h-13x, September 30, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 18840 ft Lat: 35.84230, Long: -98.00107 API: 35073266560001 Ovintiv Mid-continent Inc. Mississippian: Oil 547 Gas 925 Water 2638 Flow 24 16N 8W Maybel Fiu 1608 7h-13x, September 20, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 18834 ft Lat: 35.84247, Long: -98.00963 API: 35073266580001 Ovintiv …

Continue reading »

Mammoth Energy Services sets annual meeting for June

  Oklahoma City-based Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. will hold its annual meeting of stockholders on June 2, 2021. A proxy filing by Mammoth with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicated the meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Central Time at 14201 Caliber rive, Suite 300 in Oklahoma City. The meeting will include the election …

Continue reading »

US crude oil prices fall below $63 a barrel

  After starting the week with a slight increase, crude oil prices in the US and in Europe suffered losses in Tuesday’s trading and many Oklahoma energy stocks followed suit. West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery suffered a 94 cent loss to $62.44 a barrel in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. In …

Continue reading »

OKC’s Chesapeake Energy Arena to be renamed

  The Chesapeake Energy Arena is being renamed following the emergence of Chesapeake Energy from its recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Oklahoma City Thunder made the announcement Tuesday morning on its website stating it was focused on identifying a new long-term naming rights partner and in the interim, the building would continue to be called …

Continue reading »

Entire workforce fired at Liberty Power

  After the February storm hit Liberty Power hard in Texas, the company this week fired every one of its employees. The electricity retailer serves customers in nearly a dozen states and told workers to hit the door with not even a 60-day notice. Click here for Bloomberg News story.

Kansas opts for bonding to help consumers with energy price shocks

  What Oklahoma leaders proposed in softening the blow of exorbitant February natural gas prices to consumers has become law in Kansas. Gov. Laura Kelly signed legislation that not only extended consumers’ payments of the winter storm costs but also offered financial incentive for utility companies transitioning from coal plants to newer solar or wind …

Continue reading »

Grain Belt opponents continue eminent domain battle

  Landowners in northern Missouri press their fight against the large Grain Belt Express transmission line that will carry wind-powered electricity from southwest Kansas to Illinois. They object to the project’s use of eminent domain and urge the Missouri Senate to join the House in passing a bill to prohibit the involuntary seizing of land. …

Continue reading »

Oklahoma ranks poorly in clean jobs report

  Oklahoma ranked 33rd in the sixth annual Clean Energy Jobs Report released this week, a report that also showed for the first time a drop in the number of overall jobs in the clean energy sector. The report showed Oklahoma had 22,765 workers employed in the sector as of 2020 with 3,199 in renewables; …

Continue reading »

Oklahoma wind farm part of Amazon’s worldwide renewable energy efforts

  A southern Oklahoma wind farm is part of tech giant Amazon’s ramp-up of its renewable energy capacity around the world. The company announced this week the addition of nine new utility-scale wind and solar energy projects including a Murray County wind farm with 118 megawatts of power. It is one of several projects in …

Continue reading »