August 30, 2020 archive

Oklahoma Chamber opposes national group’s endorsement of Democrat Representative

  A political fight is underway over plans by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to endorse Oklahoma Congresswoman Kendra Horn and it’s being waged by the Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce. The state chamber says Horn has a record against oil and gas, according to a report by The Oklahoman. Click here to read the story.

Oil and gas facilities slowly return after Hurricane Laura

  U.S. energy companies on Saturday continued to restaff offshore oil and gas production facilities in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Interior. Reuters reported there were 122 facilities that were reoccupied as of midday, the data showed. Crude oil production was off 82%, or 1.5 million …

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FERC enters Chesapeake Energy’s bankruptcy fight

  Chesapeake Energy’s bankruptcy move to cancel a nearly $300 million contract won’t be quickly approved in court as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has entered the fight. U.S. energy regulators sided with pipeline operator Energy Transfer in a challenge to bankrupt oil and gas producer Chesapeake Energy’s request to cancel a nearly $300 million …

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Judge says construction of Permian Highway pipeline can continue

  A U.S. Court judge in Austin has ruled against an environmental group and said the nearly-finished $2.3 billion Permian Highway pipeline can continue. Sierra Club in April challenged federal approval of the 428-mile  Kinder Morgan Inc pipeline, alleging regulators reviews under a streamlined process were faulty. The line’s path crosses areas with two endangered …

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