July 20, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for July 20, 2022

Blaine County PORK CHOP 3_34-14N-11W #6HX, July 19 2022 03 14N 11W SESWSWSE API: 01124330 Lat: 35.71164685151866, Long: -98.35555324866215 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP MU, DR, 21795 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(10483), MISSISSIPPI(10483), WOODFORD(12870) Canadian County EARLES RANCH #3H-7-18, July 20 2022 07 11N 9W SWSWSWNW API: 01725830 Lat: 35.443162970115786, Long: -98.20036433105982 CITIZEN ENERGY III LLC MU, DR, 18700 ft, …

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Completion reports for July 20, 2022

BLAINE COUNTY Derby Exploration Llc Mississippian: Oil 304 Gas 4788 Water 1973 Flow 21 18N 13W Pope 16-21-1xh, December 08, 2021 HH, GAS, TD: 17760 ft Lat: 36.01504, Long: -98.59841 API: 35011242450000 CANADIAN COUNTY Camino Natural Resources Llc Woodford(9976): Oil 397 Gas 3691 Water 2557 Flow 27 12N 7W Hunt 1207 27-22-5wxh, April 08, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 20137 ft Lat: 35.47967, Long: -97.93183 API: 35017257130000 ELLIS …

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Biden targets climate change with more executive orders

  President Biden’s latest executive order stopped short of making an emergency declaration about climate change. Speaking Wednesday at the site of a former coal-fired plant in Somerset, Massachusetts, the President announced a package of executive actions and also promised more aggressive efforts in the climate change war. “Since Congress is not acting as it …

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Camino Natural Resources brings in new wells next to El Reno

  Two Canadian County wells drilled on a single-pad near El Reno resulted in nearly 1,800 barrels of oil a day. Camino Natural Resources LLC based in Denver, Colorado filed completion reports this week on the two wells that were completed in April 2022. Located at 34 12N 7W just a mile south of El Reno …

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Quarterly dividend unchanged at ONEOK

  ONEOK on Wednesday announced a quarterly dividend of 93.5 cents a share. The board of directors made the declaration and explained it was the same amount of dividend as the previous quarter. The result is an annualized dividend of $3.74 a share.   The dividend is payable Aug. 15, 2022, to shareholders of record …

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OKC gets nearly $4 million government money for hazardous waste cleanup

  The City of Oklahoma City’s Planning Department was awarded a $3.9 million grant from the EPA to help cleanup buildings and sites contaminated by petroleum, hazardous waste and asbestos. The grant is a part of the City’s Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) program. A few OKC properties that have benefited from Brownfields funding include the First National …

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Drop in gasoline demand sends crude prices down

  Crude oil prices retreated Wednesday after the federal government issued a report showing there was lower demand for gasoline in the peak summer driving season. It was seen as yet another sign that consumers feel the impact of higher interest rates as central banks fight inflation. West Texas Intermediate crude for August delivery dropped …

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Fighting the heat

  Oklahoma consumers were asked this week to take some steps to conserve electricity as the state bakes under record summer temperatures well above 100 degrees. Some utility operators suggest giving your air conditioners a break such as perhaps raising the thermostat. Click here for KOCO News

Private water contractor under fire in Oklahoma

  Veolia, the water management company came under an intense spotlight this week by the Oklahoma Watch. The journalism group studied some of Veolia’s contracts to manage public water systems and found some murky water issues. Click here for Oklahoma Watch.

Baker Hughes feels impact of inflation and Russia

  Baker Hughes, the well-servicing company with tentacles across Oklahoma, Texas and other oil and gas producing states reported Wednesday a nearly 14% drop in orders in the second quarter of 2022. It’s clear inflation and Russia affected the company. The company released its quarterly financing earnings report showing orders of $5.9 billion for the …

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