Jerry Bohnen

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Completion reports for November 24, 2020

Completion reports filed on November 24, 2020. BLAINE COUNTY Chisholm Oil & Gas Operating Llc 32 18N 10W Heffel 32-3, December 08, 2019 SH, DRY, TD: 9335 ft Lat: 35.98721, Long: -98.29703 API: 35011216390001 Pride Energy Company Meramec(9331): Oil 331 Gas 547 Water 527 Flow 35 17N 10W Red Land 1-35h, January 27, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 14645 ft Lat: 35.89927, Long: …

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Permits to drill for November 24, 2020

Permits to drill issued on November 24, 2020. Blaine County J D #1-16, November 24 2020 16 13N 12W S2S2SENE API: 01122082 Lat: 35.602830795547966, Long: -98.47474469549456 SANGUINE GAS EXPLORATION LLC SH, RC, 12490 ft, CHEROKEE(11000) Canadian County CAREL #4H-2524X, September 30 2020 25 11N 8W SESWSWSE API: 01725632 Lat: 35.39220448923859, Long: -97.9972399639833 CIMAREX ENERGY CO MU, AM, …

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Energy stocks rose again in trading

  With another jump in Brent crude oil prices, Oklahoma energy stocks had a second consecutive strong showing in trading. Crude prices dropped in the U.S. where West Texas Intermediate dropped 11 cents before finishing the day at $44.80 per barrel. Global benchmark Brent crude saw a nearly 4% increase when prices jumped $1.80 before …

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Final decree issued in SandRidge Energy bankruptcy

  Four years after Oklahoma City’s SandRidge Energy filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy and emerged from it in 2016, a bankruptcy judge has issued the final decree in the case. In a filing this week with the Securities and Exchange Commission, SandRidge said the judge in the case issued the final decree last week closing the …

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AAR to get more Alaska Airlines maintenance work

  Even more good news came this week for AAR and its operations in Oklahoma City. “Good news for AAR!” wrote Bill Hancock, Business Services and Rapid Response Coordinator at the Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development who took note after it was announced Alaska Airlines said it reached agreement to lease 737 MAX 9 aircraft. …

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Will Colorado follow California in ban of gasoline powered vehicles?

  California did it and officials in Colorado might consider a similar ban of the sale of new gasoline-powered cars and trucks by 2035. But Colorado Public Radio reports that the state’s Energy Office leaders also say it’s a little early to say if Colorado will soon follow suit. Click here for the story from Colorado …

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Oil and gas drilling on New Mexico public land opposed, citing air pollution concerns

  Environmentalists are fighting the January sale of oil and gas drilling leases in New Mexico and Texas by the Bureau of Land Management. They filed written protests of the Jan. 14, 2021 auction of 6,442 acres in the Permian Basin located in the two states. The Carlsbad Current Argus reports WildEarth Guardians, the Center for …

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Colorado oil and gas regulators finalize new rules for the drilling industry

  Set in stone—new Colorado rules requiring a 2,000 foot drilling setback from homes and schools. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission finalized the rule changes this week in a move that it indicated was to prioritize public health and safety and the environment when it comes to deciding whether to approve oil and …

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Williams and Chesapeake reach natural gas agreement

  Bankrupt Chesapeake Energy Corp. and Tulsa’s Williams Cos. have reached an agreement to allow treatment and movement of its natural gas in the Lower 48. The gas gathering agreement with Williams will allow Chesapeake to continue to have an outlet for its gas production from the Midcontinent, the Eagle Ford, Haynesville and Marcellus shales …

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Energy news in brief

**  Some of the largest biofuels companies plan to ask Biden to impose a nationwide standard to reduce carbon emissions from transport fuels, Reuters reports, citing five sources familiar with the matter . ** The industrial slowdown spurred by the coronavirus pandemic has not curbed the record levels of greenhouse gases, according to a new report from the World …

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