August 3, 2021 archive

Completion reports for August 3, 2021

CRAIG COUNTY Neok Production Company Llc Arbuckle(958): Oil 5 Water 5 Pump 20 27N 19E Fred Hartley 24-20d, May 26, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 965 ft Lat: 36.80129, Long: -95.30066 API: 35035215730000 GRADY COUNTY Travis Peak Resources Llc Mississippian: Oil 80.16 Gas 815 Water 2353 Flow 5 8N 6W King 32_29-9n-6w 2mhx, June 01, 2021 HH, OIL, TD: 22834 ft Lat: 35.20273, Long: -97.85850 API: 35051248110002

Permits to drill for August 3, 2021

Canadian County ELMENHORST 1-12-11N-7W #2MHX, August 03 2021 36 12N 7W SESESWSW API: 01725695 Lat: 35.465224286292276, Long: -97.89722510935411 TRAVIS PEAK RESOURCES LLC MU, DR, 18000 ft, MISSISSIPPI LIME(9220) Canadian County ELMENHORST 1-12-11N-7W #3MHX, August 03 2021 36 12N 7W SESESWSW API: 01725696 Lat: 35.465227035922425, Long: -97.89729226921719 TRAVIS PEAK RESOURCES LLC MU, DR, 18000 ft, MISSISSIPPI LIME(9280) Carter …

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Lankford Pushes Nominee on Congress’ Authority to Make Laws in Light of Increasingly Activist, Progressive Biden Nominees

  Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford pushed a Biden nominee Tuesday on the subject of whether federal agencies or congress have the power to make law. It came during a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing to consider nominations for the Department’s of Energy and Interior. Lankford, obviously disturbed over activists nominated by Biden …

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Despite fallen crude oil prices, energy stocks made gains

  Growing concerns about cases of the Delta coronavirus variant sent crude oil prices lower in Tuesday’s trading while energy stocks made gains. West Texas Intermediate crude dropped 70 cents or 0.98% to finish the day at $70.56 a barrel. Global benchmark Brent crude finished the day down 48 cents or 0.66% at $72.41 a …

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Corporation Commissioners to meet Thursday

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners plan a regular meeting Thursday morning at the state capitol. Their meeting will get underway at 9:30 a.m. in the usual meeting room on the third floor of the Jim Thorpe Office building. As the agenda indicated, the commission will review its daily signing agenda docket and votes might be taken …

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Increased oil production and cash for Devon in 2Q

  Devon Energy on Tuesday reported that its second quarter earnings were so strong, the company’s board of directors approved a 49 cent a share dividend, a 44% increase over the previous quarter. How strong? How about $1.5 billion cash on hand after its operations. It came as Devon not only increased oil and gas …

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Jump in revenue reported by ONEOK

  Higher second quarter earnings were reported Tuesday by ONEOK, Inc. which said its net income of $342.1 million resulted in 77-cents per diluted share toping analysts predictions by 3 cents. The Tulsa-based firm’s net income was more than double the $134.3 million reported a year earlier. The company had a 50% increase in adjusted …

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Arkansas utility wants rate hike approval

  Arkansas regulators have been asked to approve a rate hike for customers of Southwestern Electric Power Co. The Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette reports if approved, it would mean a hike of more than $18 a month for a typical bill. Click here for Gazette report.  

Deep Deuce development to incorporate solar energy

  A resumed effort to finish the Deep Deuce housing development in northeast Oklahoma City plans to rely extensively on solar power as a means to create a “zero energy” neighborhood. The Oklahoman reported developers plan to incorporate solar energy in the region they call The Hill. Click here for The Oklahoman.

Report ranks Iowa first in renewable energy use–Oklahoma third

  A report by the American Clean Power Association ranked Iowa number one in the nation for use of renewable energy sources while Oklahoma came in third nationally. The report stated that nearly 57.6% of electricity generated in Iowa came from renewable sources. No other state had more than half of its electricity come from …

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