March 4, 2021 archive

Completion reports for March 4, 2021

CANADIAN COUNTY Citizen Energy Iii Llc Mississippian: Gas 6011 Water 1304 Flow 21 12N 10W Braveheart 1h-21-28, May 15, 2019 HH, GAS, TD: 22597 ft Lat: 35.50683, Long: -98.26353 API: 35017253930000 CARTER COUNTY Kodiak Oil & Gas Inc Pontotoc(820): Oil 4 Water 35 Pump 28 3S 2W Oil City Unit 78, February 03, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 1211 ft Lat: 34.27214, Long: -97.40533 API: 35019264010000 …

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Permits to drill for March 4, 2021

Carter County OIL CITY UNIT #61, August 11 2020 27 3S 2W NESWSENW API: 01926255 Lat: 34.26852354036283, Long: -97.39878269147188 KODIAK OIL & GAS INC SH, AM, 1150 ft, PONTOTOC(850) Custer County SWARTZENDRUBER #2-22-15XHM, March 04 2021 27 14N 14W NWNENWNW API: 03922592 Lat: 35.66672955119085, Long: -98.68289585443165 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, DR, 23689 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(12940), WOODFORD(15050)

24th annual Oklahoma Oil and Gas Expo planned

  After the 2020 Oklahoma Oil & Gas Expo was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers say they plan to hold the expo October 14 at the State Fair Park Bennett Event Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hosted by Sustaining Oklahoma’s Energy Resources (SOER), a program under the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board …

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US crude bounces up close to $64

  Crude oil prices had another big jump in Thursday’s trading in apparent continued response to reports that OPEC+ might not increase its oil production from April as widely speculated. West Texas Intermediate crude for April delivery rose $2.55 finish the day at $63.83 a barrel. That’s a nearly 3-dollar-a-barrel increase since earlier in the …

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Sen. Lankford presses Energy nominee

  It took Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford four tries before he could an answer from David Turk, the President’s nominee to be the Deputy Energy Secretary in a discussion about the future of fossil fuel powered vehicles. During Turk’s confirmation hearing on Thursday before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Sen. Lankford asked …

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Cleanup continues at Oklahoma’s Tar Creek Superfund site

  Oklahoma’s Tar Creek Superfund site in the northeast part of the state remains the target of cleanup efforts. The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality slated a virtual public meeting this week to discuss the residential yard and high access area cleanups at the site.s The public was informed about an upcoming remediation as part …

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Slow movement in Oklahoma’s probe of natural gas crisis

  More than 10 days after Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt and other state leaders promised to investigate the impact of historic frigid winter weather on Oklahomans’ power bills, it would appear there is little progress publicly known. At least one State House Committee tasked with exploring ways to help consumers avoid possible catastrophic utility bills …

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Kansas legislature moves to help customers with gas bills

  Legislators in Kansas are racing to help towns and ratepayers facing out-of-sight utility bills following the bitter cold weather that hit the state last month. The Topeka Capital-Journal reported how legislators fast-tracked a measure to provide loans to small towns and municipalities so they can pat bills in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. …

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Energy news in brief

**  Texas’ power grid operator on Wednesday cited 12 energy companies and two municipal utilities for failure to pay their bills for power and services during February’s deadly blackout that has led to the ouster of the operator’s chief executive. ** General Motors plans to build a second battery factory and is eyeing Tennessee as a probable location as …

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Firm cites big jump in US rig activity

  Oil and gas drilling operations in Oklahoma reportedly fell in the past week but a new report by the Austin-based Enverus Rig Analytics showed a total U.S. rig count increase of 19 as of this week. The company reported the increase put the rig count at 468, an increase of nearly 5% over the …

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