September 1, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for September 1, 2022

Dewey County KROWS 36/25 OJ #1HS, September 01 2022 01 17N 18W NENENWNE API: 04323762 Lat: 35.98493165533702, Long: -99.06670572791717 MEWBOURNE OIL COMPANY MU, DR, 17077 ft, SKINNER(9010) Dewey County CHRISTENSEN #1-1MH, September 01 2022 01 18N 15W SWSESESE API: 04323763 Lat: 36.05858368226429, Long: -98.74432261155623 CRAWLEY PETROLEUM CORPORATION HH, DR, 14865 ft, MISS’AN LM(10200) Kingfisher County SARAH 1507 …

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Completion reports for September 1, 2022

KINGFISHER COUNTY Hinkle Oil & Gas Inc Oswego(6140): Oil 162 Gas 345 Water 3050 Pump 21 17N 5W Lincoln Southeast Oswego Unit 34-3ho, July 16, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 11836 ft Lat: 35.94068, Long: -97.74190 API: 35073268660000 Hinkle Oil & Gas Inc Oswego(6206): Oil 138 Gas 192 Water 990 Pump 25 18N 6W Lincoln North Unit 20-4ho, July 27, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 11837 ft Lat: …

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Xcel’s Colorado customers couldn’t lower their thermostats

  Xcel customers in Colorado learned the hard way this week about who really controls their home thermostats. Some 22,000 customers who joined the company’s AC Rewards program were locked out from controlling their own air conditioners on Tuesday. Excel remotely set their thermostats at 80 degrees according to Blaze Media. Click here for Blaze …

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Crude fell again and so did Oklahoma energy stocks

  China’s latest COVID-19 lockdown measures made investors nervous on Thursday as they sent crude oil prices tumbling more than 3%. Not to mention, there are concerns about high inflation across the U.S. and the rest of the world and then there is the nagging issue of interest rate hikes and what they are doing …

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Oklahoma had hottest summer in 11 years

  The Oklahoma Mesonet on Thursday reported Oklahoma just experienced its hottest summer on record since 2011. The state finished August with a statewide average of 82.7 degrees according to Gary McManus, State Climatologist with the Mesonet. “On the whole, August was still well above normal and contributed to the hottest climatological summer seen in the state …

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Oklahoma town without water drills emergency well

  Fresh water might soon return to the Seminole County town of Sasakwa where residents struggled through the summer without water. An emergency well was drilled in the town and water testing is underway reported NonDoc. Click here for NonDoc 

Oklahoma’s electricity rates climbed the fastest in the past year

  Where are electricity rates climbing the fastest in the U.S.? Right in Oklahoma according to recent data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The state saw a 49% increase from June 2021 to June of this year according to a report by Alliance for Electrical Restructuring in Oklahoma. The state went from having the most …

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Shareholder accuses Hamm of low-balling Continental takeover offer

  A possible money wrench has been thrown into the plans of billionaire Harold Hamm to take his Continental Resources oil and gas company back private. A class-action lawsuit has been filed by a company shareholder who contends the $70 a share offer made by Hamm in June is too low—way too low. Since Hamm …

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NextEra wins Appeals Court ruling for transmission line in Texas

  The week has been one of court rulings for NextEra Energy. Some it won and some it lost. One big victory came in the 5th U.S. Circuit of Appeals Court which says NextEra should have the right to build a transmission line across East Texas. The ruling said Texas must allow competition for the …

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Williams to be part of Barclays CEO conference

  The upcoming 2022 Barclays CEO Energy-Power Conference will include participation by Williams Cos. leader Alan Armstrong. Armstrong, Williams President and Chief Executive Officer will be joined by Chief Financial Officer John Porter in the Wednesday, September 7 conference in New York City.   Armstrong is scheduled to present at the conference at approximately 10:20 …

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