December 27, 2021 archive

Permits to drill for December 27, 2021

Canadian County ROSEWOOD 16-12N-7W #4MH, December 27 2021 15 12N 7W SESENWSW API: 01725749 Lat: 35.51215630021276, Long: -97.93325265231216 PALOMA OPERATING CO INC HH, DR, 17000 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9100) Kingfisher County SAMUEL 1505 #5-20MH, December 27 2021 20 15N 5W SWSWSESE API: 07326808 Lat: 35.75538680304103, Long: -97.74927483008487 RED BLUFF RESOURCES OPERATING LLC HH, DR, 12742 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN (LESS CHESTER)(6900) …

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U.S. oil rebounds to end back above $75 while OK energy stocks had a strong showing

  Crude oil prices made another rebound on Monday as they went up more than 3% in Europe and 2% in the U.S. Oklahoma energy stocks also had a strong showing on Monday. Worries about the spread of omicron COVID-19 continue to ease as analysts and investors learn the variant might be milder than previous …

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Kansas utilities locked in a fight

  They’ve been long partners in providing electric power across much of Kansas but now Evergy and Kansas Electric Power Cooperative are not on so friendly terms. In fact, they’re in a fight after KEPCo claimed it was being overcharged by Evergy for operation and maintenance of power plants that Evergy runs but supply power …

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Other energy headlines for Tuesday

** A California-based oil and gas company has been identified as the source of an oil sheen spotted last week off Bolsa Chica State Beach in Orange County, state officials said. DCOR, a small company based in Oxnard, was identified as the source, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response tweeted Saturday. ** An …

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Oklahoma regulators to meet Tuesday

  The Oklahoma Corporation Commission plans two regular meetings on Tuesday, one in the morning to handle a PSO rate hike request and another in the afternoon to consider a complaint against OG&E. The 9:30 a.m. meeting will focus on PSO’s request to raise rates in which the utility contends it suffered from the COVID-19 …

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OGE agrees to new revolving credit arrangement

  Oklahoma Gas & Electric Corp. and OG&E have entered into new unsecured five-year revolving credit facilities according to a late December filing with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission. The filing indicated the new facilities are scheduled to terminate Dec. 17, 2026 but each of OGE Energy and OG&E also have the right to request …

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Lankford and colleagues support states against EPA’s overreaching rules on electricity production

  Senator James Lankford (R-OK) joined Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) and Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) to lead 46 senators and 44 House members on an amicus curiae brief filed in the US Supreme Court in support of the petitioners in the pending case West Virginia, et al. v. Environmental Protection Agency. “Presidents cannot invent a law or change the …

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Devon raises more than $37,000 for western Oklahoma nonprofits

    As part of its annual Give for Good fundraising campaign, Devon Energy and its employees raised over $37,000 to support Oklahomans in need. Employees participated in a virtual punch wall, auctions and made pledges to benefit the Weatherford Food & Resource Center and United Way of Canadian County.   “Once again, Devon employees brought out all the stops to help their …

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Enel Green wind farm becomes operational in southern Oklahoma

  Two new clean power plants run by Enel Green Power North America are operational and one of them is in southern Oklahoma. The Daily Ardmoreite reported one of the plants is the 140 megawatt Rockhaven wind farm in Carter and Murray counties, the company’s 11th wind farm in Oklahoma. Click here for Daily Ardmoreite.

Rep. Cole—Biden’s Destructive First Year

  Oklahoma congressman Tom Cole says President Biden’s first year in office was a destructive one, leading to higher energy prices and failed energy policies as well as empty store shelves. He made the claim in a weekly column released this week: At the beginning of 2021, President Joe Biden entered office as the 46th …

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