October 6, 2021 archive

Completion reports for October 6, 2021

CREEK COUNTY Wfd Oil Corporation 6 15N 9E Darnell Farms 1-6, August 16, 2021 SH, DRY, TD: 3521 ft Lat: 35.79992, Long: -96.39922 API: 35037294580000 Wfd Oil Corporation Skinner(2288): Oil 10 Pump 29 15N 9E Manning 2, August 10, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 2387 ft Lat: 35.74998, Long: -96.37564 API: 35037294750000 GRADY COUNTY Revolution Operating Company Llc 35 9N 6W Ragsdale 1h-34, …

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Permits to drill for October 6, 2021

Canadian County HUNT 1207 #27-22-3WXH, October 06 2021 34 12N 7W SWNWNWNE API: 01725715 Lat: 35.47787806100746, Long: -97.92722554724364 CAMINO NATURAL RESOURCES LLC MU, DR, 20460 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9617), WOODFORD(9840) Garvin County AD ROCK 0203-24-13 #1WHX, September 28 2021 25 2N 3W SENWNENW API: 04925352 Lat: 34.6219828663736, Long: -97.4690991484031 WARWICK-JUPITER LLC MU, AM, 19800 ft, WOODFORD(8931) Kingfisher County LINCOLN …

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Transportation commits to $8 billion Oklahoma highway/bridge work

  The Oklahoma Transportation Department’s Eight-Year Construction Work plan for highway improvements and work on nearly 700 bridges was approved at this week’s meeting of the State Transportation Commission. The approval covers work for Federal Fiscal Years 2022-2029 and covers $8 billion in state and federal investments in highway improvements in the state. The plan …

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Mullin highlights importance of study on big streamers’ impact on rural broadband

    Congressman Markwayne Mullin highlighted the need for the Federal Communications Commission to study the impact edge providers have on rural broadband networks, consumer costs, and other general consumer impacts during a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on Wednesday. Earlier this year, Mullin introduced H.R. 1650, which would create this …

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Oil drops along with Oklahoma energy stocks

  After hitting nearly $79 a barrel in the U.S. on Tuesday, crude oil prices on Wednesday fell nearly 2% following news of an unexpected rise in U.S. crude inventories. West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery dropped $1.50 to $77.43 a barrel. Global benchmark Brent crude for December delivery fell$1.48 to finish the day …

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Oklahoma’s gross receipts hit record high thanks to increased oil prices

  Oklahoma State Treasurer Randy McDaniel reported this week that the state’s expanding economy pushed gross receipts to an all-time high as collections from the past 12 months topped $14.5 billion. Rising oil prices were a key part of it. Gross receipts for the month were also a record high totaling $1.38 billion, exceeding results …

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Mineral rights scheme leads to 2nd federal indictment

  A federal grand jury indicted an Oklahoma City attorney this week, making him the second person charged in a mineral rights scheme. The Oklahoman reported attorney Mitchell K. Coatney was accused of allegedly working with Justin Biggs who at the time was an employee of Continental Resources Inc. The indictments accuse the two of …

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Call for more solar energy development in Oklahoma

A leader of a solar energy organization in Oklahoma says it’s time the country’s energy policy came out of the Dark Ages. The call comes from J.W. Peters who is president of Solar Power of Oklahoma and wrote about it in an op-ed piece for The Oklahoman. Click here for The Oklahoman.

United Energy expands holdings in NE Oklahoma

A 140-mile natural gas pipeline owned by Red Fork Energy in Wagoner County, Oklahoma has been acquired by United Energy, a firm based in Plano, Texas. No sales price was disclosed in the announcement. It is a second major acquisition in eastern Oklahoma for United Energy. In August, the company announced it had acquired what …

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Other energy stories from around the globe

** Pennsylvania’s attorney general announced the filing of criminal charges against pipeline operator Sunoco for last year’s spill of thousands of gallons of drilling fluid.  Energy Transfer, Sunoco’s owner, faces 48 criminal charges, most of them for illegally releasing industrial waste at 22 sites in 11 counties across the state. ** The U.S. Coast Guard …

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