More multi-unit well sites to be considered by state regulators

In a regularly-scheduled meeting on Thursday, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission will consider at least 8 requests for multi-unit wells.

They fall under the proposed orders of the daily signing agenda and include four such multi-unit requests for Kingfisher County and one each for Custer, Dewey, Grady and McClain counties.

Newfield made two of the requests for well sites in Kinfisher county while Cimarex Energy made two others. Tapestone Energy LLC requested a multi-unit horizontal well order in Dewey County. Unit Petroleum Company filed a similar request for Custer County while EOG Resources, Inc. asked for a final order on a multi-unit horizontal well in McClain county.

The Corporation Commission will also consider a notice of cost recovery by Public Service Company of Oklahoma. It covers selected wind facilities and if approved, would be included in base rates.

The Commission will also consider a final order for a public hearing to review an application of the fuel adjustment clause of Arkansas Oklahoma Gas Corporation covering the calendar year 2018.

The meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. in room 301 of the Jim Thorpe building at the state capitol.