November 15, 2018 archive

Permits to drill for Nov. 15, 2018

Permits to drill issued on Nov. 15, 2018. None were processed.

Completion reports for Nov. 15, 2018

Completion reports for Nov. 15, 2018. KINGFISHER COUNTY Crawley Petroleum Corporation Mississippian: Oil 121 Gas 162 Water 209 Gas Lift 4 18N 8W Barry Bollenbach 1-9mh, September 14, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 13152 ft Lat: 36.05859, Long: -98.06357 API: 35073259700000 ROGER MILLS COUNTY Jma Energy Company Llc Marmaton(12510): Oil 52 Gas 2457 Water 2934 Flow 12 11N 23W Campbell 3-12h, August 29, 2018 HH, GAS, TD: …

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OKC’s DUG Conference wraps up

The brisk winter weather this week didn’t stop those whose business is energy from attending HartEnergy’s DUG Midcontinent conference in Oklahoma City. At least 100 exhibitors displayed their products and attempted to attract new customers. From major companies such as Halliburton to Black Mountain Sand, they filled part of Oklahoma City’s downtown Civic Center.   …

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Turnpike widening project includes elimination of ‘bouncing’ bridges

State highway crews have launched a $55 million project to widen the Kilpatrick turnpike on the west side of Oklahoma City near Yukon and Mustang. And it means an eventual end to bridges that left motorists riding one wave after another as they traveled across the North Canadian River. Crews started last week on widening …

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Oklahoma wind farm operator inks solar power contract in California

Days after agreeing to pay more than $2.2 million in taxes owed in Kay and Grant Counties in Oklahoma, the EDF Renewables Company announced the signing of a 15-year power purchase agreement with Shell Energy North America. EDF’s Palen Solar project located in California will supply the electricity by the end of 2020. The 100 …

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Phillips 66 makes $250,000 donation for California wildfire relief

While the death toll from the California wildfires climbed to 59 and authorities released the names of 130 who remain missing, Phillips 66 in Houston announced the pledged donation of $250,000 to the American Red Cross to help in recovery efforts. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the wildfires,” said Greg …

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Cactus gets a new Chief Financial Officer

Cactus Drilling, one of the companies involved in the exploration of Oklahoma’s STACK and SCOOP plays has announced the naming of a new CFO. Stephen Tadlock, who was the company’s Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer has been named to the position of Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. The move will take effect March …

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AAA was busy in this week’s winter storm in Oklahoma

This week’s blast of winter weather in Oklahoma kept the American Automobile Association busy as it rescued nearly 600 Oklahomans. Leslie Gamble with AAA Oklahoma reported the official count was 587 who needed roadside assistance which was 150 more calls than is normal for this time in November. “Being stuck along the side of the …

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Oklahoma and Arkansas agree to protect Illinois River from pollution

A river runs through it.  Oklahoma and Arkansas. The two states are joining in an effort to make sure the Illinois River that runs through the two states does not have pollution issues. Gov. Mary Fallin on Thursday announced the completion of a memorandum of agreement committing the two states to future collaboration in addressing water …

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Air Force to announce future of Tinker Air Force Base

When it comes to the largest employers in Oklahoma, it’s easily the Defense Department.  It has about 69,000 employees in the state. And on Friday, the state will learn of a major announcement affecting Tinker Air Force Base where 26,000 people work. Secretary of the Air Force, Heather Wilson plans to be at the Air …

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