July 15, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for July 15, 2022

Carter County HEWITT UNIT #23-5802, June 14 2022 23 4S 2W NWSESWSW API: 01926493 Lat: 34.18841589045236, Long: -97.38431438240791 XTO ENERGY INC SH, AM, 4790 ft, PONTOTOC(680), HOXBAR(2090), DEESE(3390) Carter County HEWITT UNIT #21-0303, June 13 2022 21 4S 2W SWNENWNE API: 01926488 Lat: 34.20031288459348, Long: -97.41135509179172 XTO ENERGY INC SH, AM, 3300 ft, PONTOTOC(1100), HOXBAR(1873), DEESE(2758) Carter …

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Completion reports for July 15, 2022

LOVE COUNTY L E Jones Operating Inc Deese (taylor): Oil 22 Pump 28 7S 2W North Leon Unit 12-4, February 28, 2022 SH, OIL, TD: 7300 ft Lat: 33.91309, Long: -97.42131 API: 35085213280000 MARSHALL COUNTY Xto Energy Inc Woodford(6304): Oil 2 Gas 105 Water 11 Gas Lift 6 6S 7E Luna 1-6h, March 09, 2022 HH, GAS, TD: 10805 ft Lat: 34.06258, Long: -96.62109 …

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Still other energy headlines

** President Joe Biden will leave the Middle East this week with no announcements on increasing oil supply before a scheduled meeting of producers next month, people familiar with the matter said. ** Sen. Joe Manchin’s decision to come out against the Democrats’ plan for solar and wind industry incentives not only killed the Biden …

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Rig numbers in Oklahoma and U.S. grew

  The latest Baker Hughes rig count released Friday showed Oklahoma with a gain of 3 to reach a total of 63 working rigs. Numbers also increased nationally by 4 to a total of 756. The U.S. gain included 2 oil rigs to reach 599 while the number of gas-drilling rigs was flat at 153. …

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Global crude oil rose as Biden talks with Saudis about increased oil production

  As President Biden met with Saudi Arabian leaders to discuss his request to increase oil production and lower U.S. gasoline prices on Friday, global prices rose while those back in the states dropped. Global benchmark Brent crude for September delivery rose $2.06 and closed back up over $100 at $101.16 a barrel on ICE …

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Pipeline operator accused of coverup over oil spill

  Federal prosecutors say they suspect Wyoming-based Bridger Pipeline hid problems with a pipeline that broke in 2015 and spilled about 50,000 gallons of crude into Montana’s Yellowstone River. Their suspicions were part of a lawsuit filed against Bridger for violations of environmental law reported the Associated Press. Click here for AP