November 16, 2020 archive

Completion reports for November 16, 2020

Completion reports filed on November 16, 2020. ANADIAN COUNTY Citizen Energy Iii Llc Mississippi Lime(10835): Oil 245 Gas 2068 Water 1027 Flow 32 11N 7W Unbridled 5-8-10-7 1mxh, January 03, 2020 HH, OIL, TD: 19700 ft Lat: 35.37785, Long: -97.96099 API: 35017254870001 Citizen Energy Iii Llc Woodford(11134): Oil 320 Gas 1590 Water 917 Flow 32 11N 7W Unbridled 5-8-10-7 2wxh, December 26, 2019 HH, OIL, TD: …

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Permits to drill for November 16, 2020

Permits to drill issued on November 16, 2020. permits: none were processed today

Oklahoma energy stocks opened the week on an up day

  Monday turned out to be an up day for crude futures and for energy stocks in Oklahoma and those with ties to the state. West Texas Intermediate December contracts finished up 12 cents for a change of 0.29% to settle at $41.46 per barrel. Brent crude, considered the global benchmark finished up $1.04 fat …

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New COVID-19 restrictions and rules announced by Oklahoma Gov. Stitt

(photo courtesy of KOCO TV) “A vaccine is on its way but we need to buckle down until then.” Gov. Kevin Stitt. Nov. 16, 2020.   Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday announced new restrictions in wake of increased cases of COVID-19 in the state including some aimed at bars and restaurants. He also ordered …

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Safety corridor project wins national honors

  A partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office and the people of Oklahoma Oil & Natural Gas has garnered national recognition. Supported by the people of Oklahoma Oil & Natural Gas, the Energize for Safety Coalition fostered a collaborative effort to create the State Highway 33 Safety Corridor …

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Governor requests federal disaster aid due to Oklahoma October ice storm

  Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has asked FEMA to issue a Major Disaster Declaration for 13 counties hit with an estimated $27 million in damages and costs due to the October ice storm. The ice storm left hundreds of thousands without electrical power and some customers didn’t get it restored for two weeks after the …

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Staying home this Thanksgiving and Christmas?

  A new national survey claims most Americans won’t travel this holiday season. I know, I know. If the political polls couldn’t get things right in the presidential and congressional elections, why should we believe the survey taken by the American Hotel and Lodging Association. But here goes. It says 72% of us are unlikely …

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Wind power growth seen in Oklahoma and Texas

  When it comes to growth in wind power, Oklahoma and Texas could be on their way to creating a record-breaking year across the U.S. A report by Renewables Now indicated Texas still had the most wind turbine capacity of all states with 29.1 GW in place as of August this year. The state is …

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API leader contends elections were a victory for energy industry

  “When you dig deeply into the House and Senate results, this election was actually an overwhelming victory for U.S. energy leadership and the millions of jobs and economic benefits our industry provides.”   As the old saying goes, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” And that’s apparently what the leader of the American …

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Improved 3Q losses reported by Key Energy Services

Key Energy Services reported an adjusted nearly $4 million or 28 cent a share loss in its third quarter, an improvement over the previous quarter. But the adjusted loss totaled more than $10 million. The Houston-based company, one with a major field office in El Reno, Oklahoma reported the net loss of $3.9 million compared …

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