August 18, 2020 archive

Completion reports for August 18, 2020

Completion reports filed on August 18, 2020. STEPHENS COUNTY Hays Production Llc Permian(620): Oil 5 Water 10 Pump 22 1S 5W Aosu 3-24, July 28, 2020 SH, OIL, TD: 689 ft Lat: 34.45385, Long: -97.71156 API: 35137276080000

Permits to drill for August 18, 2020

Permits to drill issued on August 18, 2020. Canadian County EARL 2-11-10-6 #1MXH, October 30 2018 02 10N 6W NENWNENW API: 01725290 Lat: 35.376397432561006, Long: -97.80666356920977 ROAN RESOURCES LLC MU, AM, 20052 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9360), MISSISSIPPI LIME(9410) Stephens County JONES QUINN #26, August 18 2020 23 1S 5W SWSWNWSE API: 13727614 Lat: 34.45265506065059, Long: -97.69287325349768 SOUTHERLAND JOE DON …

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Oklahoma regulators discuss reopening headquarters in early September

  Some Oklahoma regulators are ready to reopen their headquarters building to the public in order to resume in-person hearings and cases. Corporation Commissioners on Tuesday expressed their concerns about the number of cases that have not been heard because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Commissioner Dana Murphy especially pushed for a resumption of holding hearings …

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U.S. benchmark ended unchanged while local stocks dropped on Tuesday

  As traders awaited the latest data on U.S. crude supplies, oil futures were unchanged in the U.S. and made only a 9-cent gain overseas. They also are paying close attention to a meeting of an OPEC+ panel which has the charge of monitoring the effect of production cuts by major producers. In trading on …

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Lucas Applauds U.S. Department of Commerce’s $1.2 Million Investment in Oklahoma’s Third District

  Three economic development groups in western Oklahoma are the recipients of more than $1 million in CARES Act Recovery Assistance grants. Rep. Frank Lucas, in whose 3rd Congressional district the Economic Development District organizations are located said the $1.2 million in funds will be used to update plans and programs to help communities in …

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Producers Alliance to hold an “in person” annual meeting this week

  The Oklahoma Energy Producers Alliance is still planning to hold an “in person” annual meeting on Friday in Oklahoma City. The meeting will be at the  downtown Embassy Suites and include an update from Attorney General Mike Hunter on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could leave nearly half of the state under tribal …

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Mid-Con Energy faces survival test

  After losing nearly $12 million the second quarter and a shakeup in leadership, Tulsa-based Mid-Con Energy Partners admits in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that serious doubts exist as to whether the company can survive beyond 2021. The sharks in the business world are forcing company leaders to seriously wonder if …

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Idaho solar advocate passes through Central Texas on a solar-powered journey

  It might not be the prettiest of RVs going down the road, but the one driven across Texas by Joshua “Sunshine” Hill runs on free power. The sun. His truck is entirely-solar powered, one he designed and built himself according to KWTX TV. “I’m getting an experience out of this, but also when it’s …

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Entergy Announces Plans For Largest Solar Plant In Arkansas

  Entergy Arkansas announced plans this week to purchase a 900-acre, 100-megawatt solar farm near Brinkley. Pending approval by the Arkansas Public Service Commission, Walnut Bend Solar will be among the largest solar generating facilities in the state. Walnut Bend will provide approximately 200 jobs during the construction phase, then 2-3 full-time employees once operational. …

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Oklahoma regulators want to continue with 50% prorationing of natural gas

  Oklahoma Corporation Commission staffers say the COVID-19 pandemic is still hurting the state’s natural gas production and are recommending the commission continue with a 50% prorationing rate of natural gas production in the state beginning in October. Duncan Woodliff, Manager of Production and Proration for the Commission’s Oil and Gas Conservation Division issued his …

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