November 18, 2020 archive

Completion reports for November 18, 2020

Completion reports filed on November 18, 2020. GRADY COUNTY Roan Resources Llc Mississippian/woodf Ord: Oil 401 Gas 3349 Water 2475 Flow 28 10N 6W Whb Cattle 33-10-6 3wh, August 10, 2018 HH, OIL, TD: 15805 ft Lat: 35.30601, Long: -97.84556 API: 35051243530000

Permits to drill for November 18, 2020

Permits to drill issued on November 18, 2020. Love County AKIN SWD #1, November 18 2020 24 8S 1E SWSWSWSW API: 08521320 Lat: 33.84033772707438, Long: -97.15980378985408 FIRST ASCENT OPERATING LLC SH, DR, 4200 ft, HOXBAR(3413), DEESE UP(3982)

Pfizer couldn’t help Oklahoma energy stocks Wednesday

  Energy stocks in Oklahoma and those of companies with operations in the state showed a mix in Thursday’s trading. They joined a national movement of losses which reversed the gains made earlier in the week when Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine announcement was made. West Texas Intermediate crude dropped 17 cents on the barrel to end …

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Former Chesapeake accountant joins Governor’s cabinet

  Former Chesapeake Energy accountant Amanda Rodriguez was named this week the chief financial officer for the state of Oklahoma. Gov. Kevin Stitt named her the state’s first such officer and she will become one of three women in the governor’s cabinet. Rodriguez worked with Chesapeake Energy since 2007 and in 2019, was named an …

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Corporation Commission to consider extension of COVID-19 restrictions

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners are being asked to make a proposed fifth order extending COVID-19 protections in their agency. The issue is on the Thursday agenda when the commissioners meet at 1:30 p.m. Tim Rhodes, Director of Administration at the Commission made the request to extend the restrictions for another 60 days. The restrictions include …

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Only a ‘modest’ recovery in rig counts says Enverus

  A new analysis of oil and gas activity by Enverus indicates only a modest recovery in the U.S. rig count since it bottomed out in July but at the same time, frac crew activity has picked up strongly in some parts of the country. The data analytics company headquartered in Austin, Texas made the …

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FAA clearance of 737 Max could mean return of jobs in Oklahoma

  The Federal Aviation Administration this week approved the return to the skies of Boeing’s troubled 737 Max airliner and it could mean the rehiring of workers at a handful of Oklahoma operations. “Five companies with major operations in Oklahoma got good news today with the FAA approval of 737 Max going back in service,” …

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Houston firms join forces to test electric fracking system

Houston’s NexTier Oilfield Solutions Inc. announced it has agreed to work with National Oilwell Varco, Inc. in field testing NOV’s electric fracturing system. Known as the Ideal eFrac fleet, the system, according to the announcement provides “environmentally conscious hydraulic fracturing capabilities that dramatically reduce emissions, equipment, and complexity at the well site.” The two companies plan …

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100-day solar plan in Biden administration supported by Oklahoma Solar Association

  A 100-day plan in a Biden administration proposed by the Solar Energy Industries Association has the support of the Oklahoma Solar Association but a spokeswoman says the state group won’t become actively involved in campaigning for it. Lindsey Pever, vice president of the Oklahoma Solar group  responded to questions posed by OK Energy Today, …

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Energy news in brief

** Louisiana’s oil industry criticizes the governor’s veto of a tax break for drilling new wells and bringing old ones back into production reported the Daily Comet. ** The Associated Press reported a new agreement among tribes, PacifiCorp, and the states of Oregon and California will advance plans to remove four hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River, which, if approved …

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