Jerry Bohnen

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How will oil and gas fare under a Democratic President?

(Sen. Elizabeth Warren who says oil and gas industry is corrupt) What will happen to the fossil fuel industry if a Democrat is elected President?  Oil and Gas continues to be the whipping boy of Democratic candidates with promises made by many of them to target the industry that also helped fill state treasurers across …

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Completion reports for October 14, 2019

Completion reports filed for October 14, 2019. CANADIAN COUNTY Roan Resources Llc Woodford(9700): Oil 308 Gas 911 Water 3765 Flow 18 11N 6W Spectacular Bid 18-11-6 1h, April 27, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 15030 ft Lat: 35.42172, Long: -97.86816 API: 35017251510000 HUGHES COUNTY Calyx Energy Iii Llc Mississippian(3434): Oil 10 Gas 1733 Water 2318 Flow 11 9N 9E Maverick 1-11-2ch, February 19, 2019 HH, GAS, TD: …

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Permits to drill for October 14, 2019

Permits to drill issued on October 14, 2019. Caddo County APACHE GAS UNIT #1, October 14 2019 19 5N 11W CNENESW API: 01520698 Lat: 34.890217619580895, Long: -98.40156535156453 DONRAY PETROLEUM LLC SH, RE, 24175 ft, HUNTON INTERMED(15000), HUNTON (DEEP)(15500) Carter County SW WILDCAT JIM DEESE UNIT #SWDU 5-2, October 14 2019 06 2S 2W SENESWSW API: 01926339 Lat: …

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Environmentalists complain of EPA’s latest cleanup of Tar Creek Pollution

  Environmentalists express disappointment in the EPA’a newest proposed plan to clean up the Tar Creek Superfund site in northeast Oklahoma. The Tulsa World  reports the Remedial Investigation Report left critics hoping for more. Click here to read the story.  

Other energy briefs

Here is a brief summary of other energy stories: ** Wyoming state officials decided Thursday that a wind developer will need to contribute $3.1 million to the governments of Rock River, Laramie and Albany County to offset the impact on public services created by a $1 billion wind project on the border of Albany and …

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ExxonMobil’s expanded research to produce ‘cleaner’ energy

A debate is underway involving ExxonMobil’s expanded research with the intention of producing cleaner energy while environmentalists clamor about climate change. Here’s how Amy Harder of Axios news reported the story on Monday: ExxonMobil is expanding its research efforts with the stated goal of producing more — but cleaner — energy in the face of …

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Cooler weather to settle into Oklahoma

Oklahoma Climatologist Gary McManus with the Oklahoma Mesonet says there’s no doubt that winter made an early strike at the state but for now, we can expect more cooler fall-like weather in the coming few weeks. And it means energy workers outdoors will have to make sure they wear at least a jacket during the …

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Labor shortages are reported in the Permian Basin—firms blame immigration rules

Oil and gas drilling companies in the Permian Basin say they’re facing a shortage of workers and they blame in part, the immigration rules that prevent them from hiring some Hispanic workers. Reuters reported “Employers——–in the Permian Basin oilfields of New Mexico and Texas say they feel caught between Trump’s support for their industry and …

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North Dakota ranch hand wins lawsuit against Continental Resources

Continental Resources has ended its five-year fight with a North Dakota ranch manager who started his own trucking business nine years ago in the Bakken oilfields. The Rapid City Journal reported the Oklahoma City energy firm paid Jerry Janvrin $278,320. Here’s how the newspaper reported the story: A Harding County ranch hand’s five-year fight against …

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Railway names new vice president

Kansas City Southern, the rail firm with routes through eastern Oklahoma has a new vice president of revenue and yield management. The company promoted Anatasia Austin who had been an assistant vice president since 2019. She joined the company in 2008 and held a variety of accounting, finance and operational support rules. Previously, Austin spent …

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