September 2021 archive

Completion reports for September 16, 2021

MCCLAIN COUNTY Bays Exploration Inc Viola(11830): Oil 13 Gas 13 Water 15 Pump 7 6N 4W Peters Trust 1, June 03, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 12710 ft Lat: 35.00228, Long: -97.66391 API: 35087219220000

Permits to drill for September 16, 2021

Coal County LDC ##24/25-5H, August 13 2021 13 2N 9E NESWNWSE API: 02921407 Lat: 34.64139394590224, Long: -96.30975572010956 CANYON CREEK ENERGY ARKOMA LLC MU, AM, 14580 ft, WOODFORD(6500) Coal County LDC ##24/25-4H, August 13 2021 13 2N 9E NWSWNWSE API: 02921406 Lat: 34.64139394275501, Long: -96.30980558679119 CANYON CREEK ENERGY ARKOMA LLC MU, AM, 14000 ft, WOODFORD(6500) Ellis County MEMPHIS …

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Crude oil prices manage to hold steady while OK energy stocks were weak

  U.S. crude oil prices were unchanged and European oil managed only a slight increase in Thursday’s trading as the threat of Gulf crude production from Hurricane Nicholas retreated. The weak day in trading had the same affect on Oklahoma energy stocks. West Texas Intermediate crude finished the trading session unchanged and remained at $72.61 …

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Cypress Environmental closing pipeline segment in Texas

Tulsa’s Cypress Environmental Partners, L.P. announced plans to close Cypress Brown Integrity, its pipeline and process services segment located in Giddings, Texas. The firm will also lay off 18 employees at CBI, a segment that provided customers with hydrotesting, chemical cleaning, drying, water treatment, nitrogen and other related services. The partnership’s reasons for exiting the …

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National drilling rig numbers increased

  After leading the shale plays and other oil and gas drilling regions last week, the Anadarko Basin suffered losses in rig numbers this week according to the latest report from Enverus Rig Analytics. Enverus reported the Anadarko count declined by two. Nationally, the analytics firm reported an increase of 11 rigs to reach 622 …

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Next step taken for liquid fuels plant in Arkansas

  Soil and seismic testing on the site of a proposed $3.5 billion natural-gas-to-liquid-fuels plant in southern Arkansas is about to begin. GTL Americas LP of Little Rock announced this week the testing will be at the 1,800-acre site near the Arkansas River reported Arkansas Business. Click here for Arkansas Business.  

Some oppose biggest solar farm in Kansas history

  It’s not a wind farm project that is opposed by some Eastern Kansas residents. It’s a $320 million solar farm in the southern part of Johnson County—the largest to be built in the state. NextEra Energy, the Florida-based energy is behind the effort to build the West Gardner Solar farm on 3,500 acres of …

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Energy news in brief

** Hurricane Ida shut down enough petroleum refineries and petrochemical plants to make a dent in national manufacturing activityand slow industrial growth to 0.4% in August. ** The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports as a result of the storm, 96% of crude oil production and 94% of natural gas production in the U.S. federally administered areas …

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Landowners contend conflict of interest existed in rock quarry permits

  Landowners in southern Oklahoma contend there was conflict of interest when a state mining agency okayed several permits for operations near Ada. Their claim arose over permits granted by the Oklahoma Department of Mines to several rock quarries. It all has to do with marriage according to Oklahoma Watch. Click here for Oklahoma Watch.

North Dakota pipeline ruling raises pipeline trespassing issue

  Nearly one-third of the Bakken’s crude oil in North Dakota could be at risk following a federal appeals court ruling that reversed a class action lawsuit filed by landowners over claims of trespass by Andeavor’s Tesoro High Plains pipeline system. It could very well have an application to Oklahoma energy companies that have deep …

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