November 17, 2021 archive

Completion reports for November 17, 2021

completions: none were processed today

Permits to drill for November 17, 2021

Canadian County HUNT 1207 #27-22-2MXH, October 01 2021 34 12N 7W SWNWNWNE API: 01725714 Lat: 35.477933011671226, Long: -97.92712479676314 CAMINO NATURAL RESOURCES LLC MU, AM, 20317 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9617), WOODFORD(9843) Canadian County HUNT 1207 #27-22-4MXH, October 07 2021 34 12N 7W SWNWNWNE API: 01725716 Lat: 35.47793299845356, Long: -97.9273263084966 CAMINO NATURAL RESOURCES LLC MU, AM, 20400 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9611), WOODFORD(9824) Grady …

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Crude oil prices took a hit in Wednesday’s trading

  Major drops in crude oil prices were recorded Wednesday as they fell to their lowest since October and Oklahoma energy stocks suffered as well. It’s a sign of growing worries after OPEC and the International Energy Agency warned this week of a forthcoming oversupply. COVID-19 is still a stickler as the rising number of …

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Cushing crude oil inventories holding steady

  While the nation’s crude oil inventories declined in the most recent reported week, crude oil stocks maintained at the Cushing hub in northern Oklahoma improved only slightly according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The EIA reported 26.6 million barrels of oil were stored at Cushing as of the week of November 12. It …

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Public hearings start on Oklahoma’s proposed EV charging station rules

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners are moving ahead with plans to create new rules governing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in the State. A notice of proposed rulemaking was filed this week as the commission plans to eventually adopt the rules in February 2022. The Commission’s Public Utilities Division plans its first technical conference on Dec. 8, …

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PSO issues requests for proposals for purchase of wind and solar generation resources

  Public Service Company is attempting to expand its reliance on renewable energy sources in Oklahoma and this week announced a search for suppliers of wind and solar powered electricity. PSO submitted Requests for Proposals for renewable energy resources to supply the needs of its 562,000 customers in eastern and southwestern Oklahoma. The subsidiary of …

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North Dakota reaches record number of producing wells

  Those Oklahoma energy companies carrying out oil and gas exploration in North Dakota helped the state reach a new all-time high of 17,041 producing wells. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources released the figures this week in its newest oil and gas production report. The Minot Daily News reported the new figures are …

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Other energy news headlines

** Airzona Rep. Paul Gosar will lose his seat on two committees he sits on, Natural Resources and Oversight and Reform, for posting a video depicting violence against a Democratic colleague. The Arizona Republican’s ouster from Natural Resources, where he also serves as the ranking member of the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, is a major blow for …

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Devon’s sustainability report shows improved efforts

  Devon Energy Corp. on Wednesday released its latest sustainability report which highlights the company’s efforts to improve its environmental efforts. The company said it had reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 14% and methane emissions by 47% in 2020 compared to 2019. It also has a net zero for some of its operations by 2050. …

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Texas regulators under growing pressure over alleged conflicts of interest

  Allegations of conflicts of interest are nothing new to regulators in Oklahoma and Texas. Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Todd Hiett faced such claims made by his critics who went to the State Supreme Court claiming he should be removed from the commission because he also is a director at SpiritBank which loaned money to oil …

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