August 2021 archive

Kansas Senators request meeting with President to discuss biofuels in climate agenda

  Kansas U.S. Sens. Jerry Moran and Roger Marshall are among a handful of Senators who want a meeting with President Biden to discuss biofuels in his energy and climate agenda. WIBW TV in Topeka reported the senators are focusing on the Renewable Fuel Standard. Click here for WIBW story.

United Energy announces Oklahoma acquisitions

  United Energy announced Monday the acquisition of 240,000 acres of oil and gas holdings in Oklahoma and Kansas. The Plano, Texas based company did not disclose an acquisition price but said it included operated and non-operated oil and gas leases including 2,200 plus wells and 1,200 miles of natural gas pipelines. The holdings are …

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Electric vehicles a perfect fit for rural Kansas?

  An environmental group tries to make the case for electric cars and trucks in rural Kansas. The Environmental Defense Fund says they’re a perfect fit for the state according to the Hutchinson News.   Click here for Hutchinson News

Regulators move ahead with proposed storage tank rules

  The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is moving ahead with proposed rule changes for petroleum storage tank operations. The commission’s Petroleum Storage Tank Division held a virtual Industry Roundtable Meeting last month where staffers received feedback from stakeholders. The division is now planning an informal discussion with the industry on Thursday, Aug. 26. It will be …

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Environmentalists fight to close Iowa coal plants

  Coal-fired power plants in Iowa are the targets of environmental groups who are pressuring MidAmerican Energy to shut them down. Their pressure comes in the form of a law suit filed recently by the Environmental Law and Policy Center, the Iowa Environmental Council and the Sierra Club against the Iowa Utilities Board reported Axios. …

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August Transportation Commission meeting scheduled for Monday, Aug. 2

  The Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s monthly meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 2, in the R.A. Ward Transportation Building, 200 N.E. 21st St., Oklahoma City. Members of the public and media may attend or watch the livestream video online. Items to be addressed at the meeting: Secretary of Transportation Tim Gatz will update the …

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Completion reports for July 30, 2021

CARTER COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Woodford(9102): Gas 102 Water 5998 Flow 32 1S 2W Gramercy 1-32-5-8xhw, February 04, 2021 HH, GAS, TD: 20000 ft Lat: 34.42121, Long: -97.42348 API: 35019263570000

Permits to drill for July 30, 2021

Beaver County MAGGIE #1-13, June 28 2021 13 4N 26EC NESENWNW API: 00725467 LATIGO OIL AND GAS INC SH, AM, 9345 ft, PERMIAN (COUN GROVE)(3100), KANSAS CITY(5710), MARMATON(5832) Ellis County SALLY JAREE 32/5 BO #1H, July 30 2021 32 18N 24W NENWNWNE API: 04523842 Lat: 35.99877944558827, Long: -99.78091940492178 MEWBOURNE OIL COMPANY MU, DR, 20413 ft, CHEROKEE(10320) Ellis …

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