December 14, 2021 archive

Completion reports for December 14, 2021

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Permits to drill for December 14, 2021

Canadian County DARROW TRUST #3H-7-18, December 14 2021 07 10N 5W NENENESW API: 01725617 Lat: 35.354633092741636, Long: -97.7698601388453 CITIZEN ENERGY III LLC MU, DR, 16675 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9100) Creek County HEYBURN BARTLESVILLE UNIT #HEYBURN 11, December 14 2021 21 17N 9E CS2SENE API: 03729455 Lat: 35.93851038744912, Long: -96.353388717089 CARTLEDGE & CARTLEDGE OIL COMPANY SH, RC, 3010 ft, DUTCHER(3000) …

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Shell acquires solar and energy storage developer Savion, further expanding its global renewable power business

  Fresh off its $9.5 billion sale of its upstream operations in the Permian Basin, Royal Dutch Shell Plc snatched up solar-power operator Savion LLC based in Kansa City. It’s seen as a significant expansion of Shell’s global solar portfolio as it made the acquisition from Macquarie’s Green Investment Group. The 100% buy was carried …

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Oil prices slide—so do Oklahoma energy stocks

  Another fall in crude oil prices was recorded Tuesday–their lowest mark in more than a week—after the International Energy Agency stated the omicron variant of COVID-19 would slow any recovery in crude oil demand. As a result, Oklahoma energy stocks didn’t do well either. The Paris-based IEA also issued its monthly report and cut …

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Kimray expands holdings with acquisition of Texas firm

  Oklahoma City-based Kimray Inc., manufacturer of oil and gas control equipment, has purchased Texas-based Control Equipment Inc. (CEI). CEI, which serves as Kimray’s largest distributor, operates offices in Cleburne, Lubbock, Odessa, Pampa and Wichita Falls, Texas. “As the oil and natural gas industry has undergone rapid change in recent years, both Kimray and CEI have …

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Corporation Commission website to be improved

  The  Oklahoma Corporation Commission is making another effort to make its website more “user” friendly. The latest move is the creation of a separate tab on the top navigation bar for court docket and public meetings.   “We are making this change to help the public quickly find information about public meetings, including Commission …

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Wednesday’s other energy news headlines

** The White House and Vice President Kamala Harris rolled out a plan on Monday for building out an electric vehicle charging network. A fact sheet the White House released on the plan relies heavily on the bipartisan infrastructure law and existing actions it has taken, but there are some new announcements as well. ** Toyota Motor Corp …

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NW Arkansas customers could see gas bills go up

  The 180,000 customers of Black Hills Energy Arkansas could see rates go up by 10% if the request by the company is granted by regulators. Black Hills filed a rate revision application with the Arkansas Public Service Commission asking for $21.6 million in new annual revenues according to a report by Nasdaq. Click here …

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Rivian reportedly picked Georgia for new EV plant

  If sources are correct, Fort Worth, Texas has lost the race to land electric vehicle maker Rivian with a $440 million tax incentive package. Instead, the plant will reportedly go to Georgia according to the Fort Worth Business Press. Click here for Fort Worth Business Press.

Tax credit for union-made EVs still alive

  It’s far from being written in stone, but a tax credit for union-made electric vehicles is still part of the preliminary U.S. Senate Finance Committee text for Biden’s Build Back Better social spending bill. The Hill reports the inclusion came over the objections of Sen. Joe Manchin, the West Virginia Democrat whose moderate approach …

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