October 2, 2019 archive

Inhofe Tours Tinker Housing as Balfour Beatty Gets 90 Days to Implement Remediation Plan

Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee and U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe visited Tinker Air Force Base on Tuesday with Acting Secretary of the Air Force Matt Donovan and Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy John Henderson to assess “ongoing and emerging health, chemical and structural issues” with base housing. …

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DEQ to hold informational meeting about possible Superfund site in Henryetta

  The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will host an informational meeting to discuss the Henryetta Iron and Metal site on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. DEQ and EPA are evaluating data collected at the site to see if it should be proposed as a new Superfund site.  The meeting will be …

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Environmentalists sue over lizard in Permian Basin

Two wildlife conservation groups sued the Trump administration this week, asking a judge to help a threatened lizard whose habitat is in the middle of the Permian Basin oil field. Defenders of Wildlife and the Center for Biological Diversity filed the suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, saying the administration missed a …

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Billionaire plans to make money in nation’s largest wind farm

Billionaire Phillip Anschutz, the former owner of The Oklahoman has made a lot of money in oil and gas and railroads.  Now he intends to make much more money in building the nation’s biggest wind farm in Wyoming. Read the story in Forbes by clicking here.

New board member named at Murphy Oil

  Murphy Oil Corporation headquartered in El Dorado, Arkansas announced that the Board of Directors has approved the election of Robert N. Ryan Jr. as director, effective October 1, 2019. “Bobby brings a wealth of experience to the board through his extensive, 39-year tenure in oil and natural gas operations, including knowledge of global exploration …

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Williams announces 3Q earnings report date

Tulsa’s Williams  plans to announce its third-quarter 2019 financial results after the market closes on Wednesday, Oct. 30. The company’s third-quarter 2019 earnings conference call and webcast with analysts and investors is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 31, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time (8:30 a.m. Central Time). A webcast link to the conference call will be …

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Significant gas wells found in Custer County

Custer County in western Oklahoma proved to be a successful site for the Dallas exploration firm Excalibur Resources LLC as it drilled two gas wells on a single pad ending up with more than 22,000 Mcf of natural gas production. The two Bedivere wells, drilled at 33 15N 14W were completed in April 2019 at …

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Completion reports for October 2, 2019

Completion reports for October 2, 2019. CARTER COUNTY Thunder Oil & Gas Llc Hunton(5570): Oil 20 Gas 20 Water 100 Pump 2 3S 3W Shilling 3-2, June 03, 2019 SH, OIL, TD: 6535 ft Lat: 34.33156, Long: -97.47601 API: 35019263210000 Thunder Oil & Gas Llc Viola(6125): Oil 10 Gas 50 Water 100 Swab Hunton(5372): Oil 20 Gas 75 Water 100 Pump 36 2S 3W Brandon 2-36, June 19, 2019 SH, …

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Permits to drill for October 2, 2019

Permits to drill for October 2, 2019. Ellis County FLATHEAD 3X34-18-26 #1HA, September 19 2019 03 18N 26W SESWSESW API: 04523814 Lat: 36.05747008920899, Long: -99.96457804446787 FOURPOINT ENERGY LLC HH, AM, 19962 ft, CLEVELAND(8650) Ellis County FLATHEAD 3X34-18-26 #2HB, September 19 2019 03 18N 26W SESWSESW API: 04523813 Lat: 36.05747009259416, Long: -99.96464570409228 FOURPOINT ENERGY LLC HH, AM, 20078 …

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Contango Readjusts to Make Big Moves

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Houston-based Contango Oil and Gas appears to be quickly transforming to a viable energy company. Following the 2013 death of founder Kenneth Peak, the latest energy bust incarnation, financial difficulties and the prospect of new ownership, it seemed that Contango was on the ropes. Enter Fort Worth real …

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