August 17, 2021 archive

Completion reports for August 17, 2021

WOODWARD COUNTY Iochem Corporation Morrow Sand: Gas 88 Water 5500 Pump 13 20N 20W Crites 2-13, March 07, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 10972 ft Lat: 36.20637, Long: -99.27961 API: 35153235840001

Permits to drill for August 17, 2021

Carter County BOND #2-33, August 17 2021 33 5S 2W E2W2SENW API: 01907308 Lat: 34.08021282397233, Long: -97.41650098432355 YALE OIL ASSOCIATION INC SH, RC, 10979 ft, SYCAMORE(8701), WOODFORD CHERT(8878), HUNTON(9420) Kingfisher County VOSS A #1, August 17 2021 19 15N 8W S2S2N2SW API: 07322813 Lat: 35.75847979876266, Long: -98.09619783235942 OVINTIV MID-CONTINENT INC. SH, RC, 10430 ft, MANNING(8981) Love County …

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Oklahoma energy stocks slip as oil falls again

  For the second consecutive trading session this week and the fourth in the past week, oil prices dropped in Tuesday’s trading falling about 1% in both the US and Europe. The slump also resulted in losses for many Oklahoma energy stocks. Analysts credited Tuesday’s slip to surging cases of coronavirus in Japan and a …

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Pompeo rips Biden at Kansas oil and gas convention

  The keynote address by former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the opening of the Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association convention this week in Wichita offered him an opportunity to blast President Biden over his mishandling of the fall of Afghanistan. He used the occasion to charge Biden with “leaking with weakness” …

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ONEOK to be part of investor conference

  Leadership at ONEOK Inc. plan to take part in the Citi Midstream Energy Infrastructure Conference this week. The virtual meetings will be held Aug. 18 and 19 and access to the Citi event is by invitation only.   ONEOK’s latest investor materials are available at

Federal court sides with EPA in decades-long Idaho wetlands dispute

  If POLITICO is on target, we might not have seen the last of any court challenges to WOTUS which was resurrected by the Biden administration, a move strongly opposed by Oklahoma’s congressional delegation. POLITICO reported this week how the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a nearly 20-year old legal battle, sided with …

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Workers to lose jobs as Clear Edge prepares shutdown in Tulsa

  The Tulsa site of German-based Clear Edge Filtration notified Oklahoma authorities this week of its intention to close its operation in the state resulting in at least 80 workers losing their jobs. The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development received the notification which stated the Tulsa operation located at 11,607 E. 43rd street will be …

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Losses mount for Cypress Environmental Partners

  Tulsa’s Cypress Environmental Partners, L.P. reported its financial results for the second quarter showing an 18% increase in consolidated revenue that totaled $31.9 million but losses increased over the past year as the firm struggled to recover from 2020. The company’s adjusted EBITDA was $0.5 million for the quarter and its net loss attributable …

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Revolution Resources scores big with OKC wells

  One of Oklahoma’s more recently completed well sites with significant production was next to Oklahoma City where Revolution Resources LLC brought in four wells with close to 3,000 barrel a day production. The four Winterfell 1304 wells, drilled on a single pad at 9 13N 4W in Oklahoma County are located at a site just west …

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US Forest Service sued for failing to protect mouse

  The fight over an endangered mouse found only in parts of New Mexico and Arizona re-emerged this week when environmentalists filed another lawsuit accusing the U.S. Forest Service of failing to protect the little animal. The suit was filed by the Center for Biological Diversity and the Maricopa Audubon Society stating that the service …

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