March 30, 2021 archive

Completion reports for March 30, 2021

GARVIN COUNTY Continental Resources Inc Woodford: Oil 43 Gas 5468 Water 1201 Flow 32 3N 4W Condit 4-5-8-17xhw, July 23, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 26317 ft Lat: 34.68288, Long: -97.64568 API: 35049253140000 OKLAHOMA COUNTY Unit Petroleum Company Oswego(6354): Oil 7 Water 194 Pump 9 11N 3W B-j 1-9, March 01, 2021 DH, OIL, TD: 6616 ft Lat: 35.44395, Long: -97.52094 API: 35109213720002 STEPHENS COUNTY Continental Resources …

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Permits to drill for March 30, 2021

Canadian County ESTES #3H-2, March 30 2021 02 10N 7W NENENWNE API: 01725660 Lat: 35.37635383001468, Long: -97.90709228975969 CITIZEN ENERGY III LLC HH, DR, 14500 ft, CHEROKEE GROUP(9500) Pittsburg County SUDOKU #1-36H, September 05 2019 35 8N 17E SENESESE API: 12124860 Lat: 35.11876424011408, Long: -95.47298943753012 TRINITY OPERATING USG LLC HH, AM, 13739 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(7913)

Focus on OPEC+ leads to tumbling crude oil prices and Oklahoma energy stocks

  Up Monday, down Tuesday. It’s what happened to crude oil prices and Oklahoma energy stocks also had a down day. West Texas Intermediate crude for May deliver fell $1.01 to $60.55 a barrel in Tuesday’s trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent crude dropped 84 cents to $64.14 a barrel on …

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Oklahoma regulators at odds with legislators over motor vehicle enforcement

  The efforts of two eastern Oklahoma Republican lawmakers to remove some motor vehicle enforcement powers from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission were formally opposed Tuesday by the state regulators. By a vote of two-one, commissioners came out against Senate Bill 691 and Senate Bill 617 authored by LeFlore County Sen. Mark Allen and Muskogee Rep. …

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Consumers show their feelings about online purchases of EVs

  As Oklahoma legislators consider a bill banning direct sales of Electric Vehicles to consumers, thereby avoiding a manufacturer’s showroom or new car dealer, reports suggest consumers wouldn’t mind an online purchase of a new EV. OK Energy Today reported last week about SB822 which has yet to make it to a full vote because …

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New Mexico to crack down on oil industry venting and flaring

  Oklahoma energy explorers busy in New Mexico’s share of the Permian Basin will soon be faced with new and stricter venting and flaring rules, all in the name of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission voted unanimously last week in support of a final rule to eliminate routine venting and …

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Not so fast with hot weather arriving in Oklahoma

  As energy workers in the state wonder when the last of the chilly weather will depart Oklahoma, the Panhandle recorded a Monday high of 88 degrees, the warmest weather so far this year. Then to confuse the sun worshippers, a freezing temperature was recorded Tuesday morning in Boise City. “THAT is the Panhandle for …

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US senators press FERC to act on expanded North Bakken gas pipeline

  The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is urged by U.S. Senators from North Dakota to give quick approval to a 60-mile pipeline that they contend will cut methane emissions in the state. Their request focuses on WBI Energy Transmission’s North Bakken Expansion project. If approved, the project would provide incremental firm capacity from six gas …

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Federal Judge voids Western Colorado fracking plan

  Four years after the Bureau of Land Management approved a fracking plan for more than 935,000 acres of land with a potential development of nearly 4,000 new oil and gas wells in western Colorado, a federal judge has approved an order rescinding the plan. The ruling last week came in a lawsuit brought by …

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Oil state senators urge EPA to waive RFS blending requirements

  Oklahoma’s Republican U.S. Sens. Jim Inhofe and James Lankford were among 13 republican oil state senators who urged EPA Administrator Michael Regan to use his general waiver authority to reduce Renewable Fuel Standard blending requirements. The requirements are part of the U.S. Supreme Court challenge made by CVR Energy, operator of the Wynnewood refinery. …

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