September 12, 2021 archive

Permits to drill for September 10, 2021

Coal County LDC ##24/25-2H, August 10 2021 13 2N 9E NWSWNWSE API: 02921404 Lat: 34.641393936399396, Long: -96.30990532015441 CANYON CREEK ENERGY ARKOMA LLC MU, DR, 16322 ft, WOODFORD(6775) Love County TARA #1-2H11X14R2, August 10 2021 02 8S 2E SESWSESW API: 08521330 Lat: 33.88297367168727, Long: -97.06822008452099 XTO ENERGY INC MU, DR, 25450 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(14825), WOODFORD(17179), HUNTON(17344) Payne County MARILYN …

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Completion reports for September 10, 2021

CANADIAN COUNTY Citizen Energy Iii Llc Woodford(10777): Oil 123 Gas 788 Water 1479 Flow 21 11N 7W Royster 2h-21-16, January 29, 2021 HH, OIL, TD: 20400 ft Lat: 35.40715, Long: -97.94796 API: 35017256280000 CARTER COUNTY Mack Energy Co Deese: Oil 1 Water 321 Pump 7 2S 2W Sw Wildcat Jim Deese Unit 9-2, June 04, 2021 DH, OIL, TD: 4400 ft Lat: 34.40451, Long: -97.45706 …

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Calls are made for Oklahoma regulation of oilfield radiation

  Oklahoma’s lack of regulatory authority over radiation management in the state’s oil and gas industry has some making calls for such oversight. While other states have such regulatory enforcement of oilfield radiation, there is no such power in Oklahoma as the Sunday Oklahoman reported. Click here for Sunday Oklahoman.

Oklahoma utilities to review upcoming winter gas supplies

  Seven months after an historic winter storm resulted in rolling blackouts and Oklahoma utilities scrambling to find fuel to power electricity production, those same firms are going before state regulators to discuss the upcoming winter season. Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners will meet Tuesday morning and hear presentations by the companies on perspectives related to natural …

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Oil groups argue against protections for lesser prairie chicken

  The federal government’s move to prevent the extinction of the lesser prairie chicken in Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and parts of New Mexico has drawn the opposition of the oil and gas industry. Comments were recently filed in the Federal Register in which industry leaders argued that listing the chicken as endangered under the Endangered …

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Colorado high court won’t hear appeal over $100 million lawsuit against fertilizer plant

  The Colorado Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment about a biogas plant that generated complaints about the smell from neighbors in Weld County. Click here to read Colorado Sun.

Kansas regulators turn aside consumer requests

  The Kansas Corporation Commission has rejected the efforts of a consumer advocacy group to explore the records of a utility after its customers were hit with $1 billion in natural gas bills during the February winter storm.   Click here for Lawrence Journal-World

Energy news in brief

**Royal Dutch Shell Plc is gearing up to restart oil pipelines off the U.S. Gulf Coast, potentially moving the region’s top driller one step closer to restoring some production shut by Hurricane Ida. Most of the pipelines will be ready to operate within a week, according to a person familiar with the matter. **OPEC could revise …

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