September 14, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for September 14, 2022

Atoka County THOMPSON #18-1 #18-1, September 14 2022 18 2S 13E E2W2W2NE API: 00520233 Lat: 34.38534300383464, Long: -95.97779856133918 G & S ENERGY INC SH, RC, 9400 ft, STANLEY(4984) Carter County COURBET #13-27-16XHM, September 14 2022 27 1S 3W NENWSENE API: 01926510 Lat: 34.445063005502874, Long: -97.49474305387567 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, DR, 20594 ft, SYCAMORE(9400) Carter County GAPSTOW #1-24-13-14XHM, …

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Completion reports for September 14, 2022

CANADIAN COUNTY Revolution Operating Company Llc Mississippian: Oil 625 Gas 4570 Water 1705 Flow 20 12N 7W Tomahawk 1207 20-17 3mh, April 21, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 18820 ft Lat: 35.49500, Long: -97.95611 API: 35017257610000 Revolution Operating Company Llc Mississippian: Oil 707 Gas 8870 Water 1495 Flow 20 12N 7W Tomahawk 1207 20-17 2mh, April 23, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 17973 ft Lat: 35.49496, Long: -97.95611 …

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Oklahoma energy stocks gained along with crude oil prices

  As crude oil prices gained 1% on Wednesday, it also proved to be another strong day for Oklahoma energy stocks as some had 5% gains. What prompted the oil price increase? It came after an international energy watchdog said it believes there will be an increase in gas-to-oil switching because of high prices this …

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Crude oil storage drops again at Cushing Hub

  The Cushing crude oil hub in Oklahoma continued its slow decline in total crude oil storage  according to the latest government report. The U.S. Energy Information Administration on Wednesday reported the total amount of crude in storage at the northern Oklahoma site as of September 9 was 24.6 million barrels of oil. It was …

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Lankford accuses Democratic Senators of deceit in attacks on feed lots

  Senator James Lankford and three other Republicans in the Senate blasted their Democratic colleagues who made climate-change attacks on feedlot and dairy operations. Lankford and Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas, Joni Ernst of Iowa and John Boozman of Arkansas launched their attack in a letter to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan who recently …

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Possible rail strike would affect Oklahoma rail service

  If you haven’t paid attention to the possibility of a nationwide railway strike, you should. Here’s what has happened as the deadline of 12:01 a.m. Friday approaches oh so quickly. BNSF Railway, which operates throughout Oklahoma announced that as of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, it will not accept temperature-controlled intermodal traffic, meaning things …

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Calyx Energy finds more success in Arkoma Basin

  Filings with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission this week showed recent completion of a gas well in southeast Oklahoma. It proved to be the latest success for Tulsa-based Calyx Energy III LLC and its drilling projects in eastern Oklahoma. Calyx filed the report showing the Pittsburg County well had production of 10,343 Mcf of natural …

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Enverus expands with acquisition of Spanish solar firm

  Enverus, the Austin, Texas-based energy SaaS company, announced it has acquired Madrid-based RatedPower, a SaaS company developing solutions that automate and optimize the feasibility study, analysis, design and engineering of solar power plants and electrical infrastructure to maximize the potential of photovoltaic (PV) plants and reduce their Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE). Enverus currently serves …

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Colorado rancher and oilman spends millions fighting Governor

  A northern Colorado rancher tied to the oil and gas industry decided to forego a major solar project and instead, pour $6 million in defeating Gov. Jared Polis in his re-election bid. Check out the story in Colorado Public Radio.  

Rail strike could leave some power plants without coal

  If there is a nationwide railway strike this week…..if….it will result in a major loss of Wyoming coal to power plants across the nation. You know what that could mean?  Lack of fuel to run plants to produce electricity for homes and businesses. POLITICO reported that rail accounts for 28% of U.S. freight, but …

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