March 15, 2021 archive

Completion reports for March 15, 2021

HUGHES COUNTY Corterra Energy Operating Llc Woodford(4820): Oil 40 Gas 3000 Water 2625 Flow 28 7N 9E Swadley 2833-1hx, June 02, 2018 HH, GAS, TD: 15265 ft Lat: 35.05684, Long: -96.36312 API: 35063246920000

Permits to drill for March 15, 2021

Carter County BEAR CREEK ##1 SWD, March 15 2021 36 1S 3W NWSWSESW API: 01926436 Lat: 34.42132207610204, Long: -97.47053433622835 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC SH, DR, 13800 ft, MARKHAM(4477), ALDRIDGE(4927), HUMPHREYS(5927), SIMS(6827), GOODWIN(7357), BROMIDE(9180), MCLISH(9800) Custer County SCHIMMER #1-9, March 15 2021 09 14N 17W CW2E2SE API: 03922272 Lat: 35.70015494925977, Long: -99.0077975930834 ARNOLD OIL PROPERTIES LLC SH, RC, 13747 …

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Rep. Haaland makes history as first Native American to serve in presidential Cabinet after Senate confirmation

  New Mexico Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland, whose environmental goals were considered too extremist by some Republicans in the Senate won confirmation Monday evening to be Interior Secretary and the first Native American to be a member of a presidential cabinet. But her confirmation came without the support of Oklahoma’s Sens. Jim Inhofe and James …

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Drop in oil prices leaves Oklahoma energy stocks weakened

  Monday turned out to be another day of falling crude oil prices both in the U.S. and overseas and most Oklahoma energy stocks followed suit. West Texas Intermediate crude for April delivery dropped 22 cents to $65.39 a barrel. Global benchmark Brent crude for May deliver fell 34 cents to finish the day at …

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Snow, freezes and tornadoes–all in one week in Oklahoma

  A crazy and wild week of weather is in store for Oklahoma—one that includes possible tornadoes and snow—all in one looney forecast. Which should be a warning for us—winter is still with us, as much as we hope for an early arrival of spring. State Climatologist Gary McManus, writing in his Monday predictions and …

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Shortage of chips hits GM pickup truck production

  How accurate was Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin in a recent discussion about the microchip shortage? Check out what General Motors announced this week. The company said from its Detroit headquarters that as a result of the global semiconductor chip shortage, the automaker was building certain 2021 light-duty full-size pickup trucks without a fuel management …

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Energy news in brief

** Petroleos Mexicanos discovered what’s expected to be a billion-barrel oil field in Tabasco as it aims to reverse a decade and a half of sinking production. The new field is at the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico. ** The United States overtook Saudi Arabia as India’s second biggest oil supplier after Iraq last month, …

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Gasoline hits above $3 a gallon in SW Oklahoma

Drivers in and around the city of Hollis in Harmon County are faced with $3.10 on the gas pumps, the highest average in the state. A handful of other counties, including the cities of Alva, Taloga and Arnett in the northwest pay an average of $2.91 to $2.93 per gallon of unleaded. Lawton has the …

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Energy groups keep boycott of lawmakers who fought Biden win

  Republican lawmakers who voted in January against accepting President Biden’s election victory won’t be receiving any campaign contributions from two energy industry associations that joined the list of others doing the same. And that includes most of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation. The American Clean Power Association and the Nuclear Energy Institute say their political action …

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Ascent Resources Utica Holdings announces redemption of notes

  Oklahoma City’s Ascent Resources Utica Holdings LLC announced plans to redeem nearly $68 million in senior notes. Ascent and its wholly-owned subsidiary ARU Finance Corporation issued the notice of redemption to Wilmington Trust, National Association the trustee of their 10% senior notes due 2022. Ascent plans to make the redemption of all the outstanding …

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