January 7, 2022 archive

Completion reports for January 7, 2022

CARTER COUNTY Tripledee Operating Company Llc Lone Grove: Oil 55 Gas 20 Water 3 Pump 27 5S 1W Cheek School 1, October 05, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 6355 ft Lat: 34.09108, Long: -97.28819 API: 35019225180001 GRADY COUNTY Bricktown Energy Llc Mississippian,woodf Ord: Oil 360 Gas 521 Water 4431 Flow 1 7N 5W Jessica 5-1-12xh, July 06, 2021 HH, OIL, TD: 20658 ft Lat: 35.11591, Long: -97.67835 …

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Permits to drill for January 7, 2022

Creek County RED HAWK #35-1, January 07 2022 35 17N 8E E2NESWNW API: 03729484 Lat: 35.9111722772767, Long: -96.43718026270132 BARDEN/BASS OIL & GAS EXPLORATION SH, DR, 3850 ft, CLEVELAND(1450), OSWEGO(2270), PRUE 404PRUE 2340 8 WILCOX(3680), RED FORK(2550), BARTLESVILLE(2940), DUTCHER(3160), MISSISSIPPI(3300) Garvin County HARD KNOX 0304 #1-3-34SXH, January 07 2022 09 3N 4W SWNENENE API: 04925357 Lat: 34.752420824658465, Long: …

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Oil ended lower Friday leaving Oklahoma energy stocks with mixed results

  Crude oil trading left U.S. prices right at about the $79 a barrel mark on Friday, down slightly from Thursday but still with a 5% gain for the week. It also left Oklahoma energy stocks confused, resulting in a mix of gains and losses. Analysts blamed supply worries over the deadly unrest in Kazakhstan …

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Baker Hughes reports increased nationwide rig count

  The most recent rig activity report from Baker Hughes showed an increase of 2 to to 588 oil and gas rigs nationwide while Oklahoma’s count was unchanged at 49. The Oklahoma numbers compared to 18 reported one year ago by Baker Hughes. Texas remained of course the state with the largest count at 274 …

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New Mexico gets nearly $1 million settlement with Hillcorp Energy

  Texas oil and gas company Hilcorp Energy agreed to pay $932,500 to settle violations relating to remediation plans at six of its New Mexico facilities. The settlement was announced by the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Oil Conservation Division. It said the settlement of the notice of violation, or NOV, involved sites in …

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New Mexico wind complex comes online

  Another major wind project has become operational in central New Mexico. Pattern Energy Group LP announced its Western Spirit Wind complex of four wind parks in the state is completed, making it the largest single-phase renewable energy project in the U.S. reported Renewables Now. Click here for Renewables Now.

Federal bank survey shows moderate energy growth

  Energy activity in Oklahoma and other states that make up the Tenth District of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City continued to expand according to its fourth quarter Energy Survey. Chad Wilkerson, Oklahoma City Branch executive said the survey showed energy activity expanded “moderately” from a quarter ago and increased further from year-ago …

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Monday headlines of other energy news stories

** Exxon Mobil Corp on Thursday rejected a proposal by the United Steelworkers union (USW) to end an eight-month lockout of about 600 workers at the company’s Beaumont, Texas, refinery, the company said. ** The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on Thursday denied a license to Oklo Power LLC to build and operate the company’s Aurora compact …

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If the market wants it, EOG is ready to pump more oil

  Leadership at EOG Resources Inc. boldly proclaimed it is ready to begin production of more crude oil but only if the market cries for it. The Houston-based firm, one of the biggest U.S. shale oil producers with operations throughout Oklahoma took part in a recent Goldman Sachs virtual energy conference. There, EOG Chief Executive …

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Keystone XL lawsuit filed by Oklahoma and others declared moot

  The lawsuit filed by Oklahoma and more than 20 other states over President Biden’s move to revoke a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline was declared moot by a Texas federal judge who said the project is already canceled. As The Hill reported, Judge Jeffrey Brown cited a brief from pipeline owner TC Energy …

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