August 16, 2021 archive

Completion reports for August 16, 2021

KINGFISHER COUNTY Hinkle Oil & Gas Inc 8 19N 6W East Hennessey Unit 265h, June 06, 2021 HH, DRY, TD: 7258 ft Lat: 36.14507, Long: -97.86748 API: 35073267520000 OKLAHOMA COUNTY Revolution Resources Llc Hunton(6754): Oil 614 Gas 850 Water 376 Pump 9 13N 4W Winterfell 1304 09-33 5bh, June 13, 2021 HH, OIL, TD: 15641 ft Lat: 35.61691, Long: -97.62882 API: 35109224940001 Revolution …

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Permits to drill for August 16, 2021

Canadian County GOLDEN SNITCH 14-12N-8W #2MH, August 16 2021 23 12N 8W SENWNWNW API: 01725697 Lat: 35.5070053747433, Long: -98.02373894228165 PALOMA OPERATING CO INC HH, DR, 17000 ft, MISSISSIPPI(9875) 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, AM, 18000 ft, MISSISSIPPI LIME(9220) Kingfisher …

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USD Partners announces increased connectivity at its Stroud terminal at the Cushing hub

  USD Partners LP, a Houston-based company announced an expansion of the downstream connectivity at its Stroud terminal. The expansion is being pursued by an affiliate of US Development Group, LLC pursuant to its development rights at the terminal, and when completed will add a pipeline connection to a second 300,000 barrel storage tank at …

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More opposition to BLM nominee

  Weeks after Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford openly opposed the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning to head the Bureau of Land Management in the Interior Department, another member of congress wrote why she should not be confirmed. Washington state U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse and former Nevada congressman Cresent Hardy explained in an op-ed piece in …

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Another big drop in crude oil prices

  Crude oil suffered another major drop in prices on Monday  as the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicted American oil production will increase in September to the highest level since May 2020. Oklahoma energy stocks dropped as well. West Texas Intermediate crude for September delivery dropped $1.15 before settling at $67.29 a barrel. Global benchmark …

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Colorado newspaper editorial says Biden prefers oil produced by slaves

  A Colorado newspaper bluntly accused President Biden of preferring crude oil produced by slaves rather than by the U.S. energy oil and gas industry. The pointed editorial was written in the Gazette of Colorado Springs. Click here for Colorado Springs Gazette

Roadblocks encountered by renewable energy transition in New Mexico

  Concerns are growing in New Mexico how the COVID-19 pandemic and spread of the Delta variant are affecting the supply chain of the state’s development of renewable energy. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports some solar energy projects planned by Public Service Company of New Mexico have experienced delays.   Click here for Santa …

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Kansas customers seek natural gas use investigation following winter storm

  Energy users in Kansas formed a group to challenge the recovery of funds by utilities following the February winter storm that hit the state, resulting in controlled blackouts by the Southwest Power Pool. Their organization, the Natural Gas Transportation Customer Coalition recently filed a legal motion with the Kansas Corporation Commission to investigate possible …

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Violent pipeline protester starts 8-year prison sentence

  She calls herself a “water protector” but the vandalism she inflicted on the Dakota Access Pipeline nearly 4 years ago netted Jessica Reznicek an 8-year prison sentence. And as of this week, she has spent several days behind bars after reporting to prison. Click here for story from Democracy Now.

Bitcoin mining comes to Tulsa

  Operators of a natural gas well in northeast Oklahoma are helping power a bitcoin operation near Tulsa. The Oklahoman reported the development this week. Click here for The Oklahoman.