August 17, 2020 archive

Completion reports for August 17, 2020

Completion reports filed on August 17, 2020. CARTER COUNTY Citation Oil & Gas Corporation 30 4S 1W Cottonwood Creek 30-h2, August 05, 2020 SH, INJ, TD: 2570 ft Lat: 34.17582, Long: -97.33603 API: 35019239670001 PAYNE COUNTY Baugh Allan L Osage Layton /missourian/: Water 300 Swabbed Osage Layton /missourian/: Oil 0.5 Water 100 Pump 2 17N 6E C Minor Fee 4, August 10, 2018 …

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Permits to drill for August 17, 2020

Permits to drill issued on August 17, 2020. Carter County OIL CITY UNIT #78, August 14 2020 28 3S 2W NESENENE API: 01926401 Lat: 34.27214459585928, Long: -97.4053313372277 KODIAK OIL & GAS INC SH, DR, 1150 ft, PONTOTOC(850)

Bouyed by OPEC, oil ends higher on Monday but most local firms saw drops in trading

  Oil futures shook off early weakness Monday, with its resilience attributed in part to reports China would boost U.S. crude imports and that OPEC+ members largely complied with production cuts last month. West Texas Intermediate crude for September delivery  on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 88 cents, or 2.1% to finish at $42.89 a …

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COVID-19 and oil crisis force helicopter company to land

  An estimated 200 workers are losing their jobs in Louisiana because COVID-19 is forcing the shutdown of a helicopter ferrying company. Click here to view the story from Fox 8 in Louisiana.

New board member replaces resigning member at Laredo Petroleum

    Tulsa-based Laredo Petroleum on Monday announced the appointment of a new member to the company’s board of directors and the resignation of another member. Lisa Lambert, founder and president of National Grid Partners and also the Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at National Grid joined the board on Aug. 13. Prior experience includes two …

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Oklahoma firms among the country’s 5,000 fastest growing

At least 19 Oklahoma companies made the newly-released Inc. 5000 list of the country’s fastest-growing privately held companies. The top-ranked Oklahoma firm is Arete Acquisitions, LLC of Norman, a mineral and royalty acquisition company formed in 2010 by four partners. Justin Burgess, a landman and attorney is one of the founders and also the Chief …

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Oklahoma regulators to meet Tuesday

  Another virtual meeting will be held Tuesday, Aug. 18 by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Each of the three commissioners is expected to take part virtually rather than being physically present in the Corporation Commission headquarters building. AGENDA Item Topic I A. Call to order B. Announcement concerning public notice C. Determination of quorum II …

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No ethanol refinery decision is expected before Presidential election

  The Trump administration is expected to punt on tough ethanol decisions until after the November election to avoid triggering a backlash from either farmers or the petroleum sector, according to several people in the ethanol and oil industries who have been in contact with EPA and the White House. EPA faces a late-November deadline …

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North Dakota oil production up slightly, but slump continues

North Dakota oil production recovered slightly in June but was still near historic lows as the pandemic-induced petroleum slump continued. The report was issued as Baker Hughes Co. indicated only eleven rigs are actively drilling for oil in the state. North Dakota, the nation’s second-largest oil-producing state, pumped out 890,109 barrels per day in June, …

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With utility shutoffs looming, many Missourians are in danger of being left in the dark

  In an editorial opinion, the Kansas City Star this week said a crisis is in the making in Missouri as moratoriums on disconnecting utility services have ended. The disappearance of a federal supplement to jobless benefits also disappeared and delinquent gas and electric bills are coming due for thousands. Click here to read the …

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