October 14, 2021 archive

Completion reports for October 14, 2021

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Permits to drill for October 14, 2021

Grady County NELDA #1-4X33H, October 14 2021 04 4N 6W SESESWSW API: 05124875 Lat: 34.84192899185477, Long: -97.84053607747109 GULFPORT MIDCON LLC MU, DR, 25513 ft, SYCAMORE(15005), WOODFORD(15387), HUNTON(15684) Lincoln County DART #1-31 HP, October 14 2021 32 14N 5E SWSWSWSW API: 08124321 Lat: 35.63763437772696, Long: -96.80408412039084 PRAIRIE GAS COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA HH, DR, 8847 ft, PRUE(3514) Logan County …

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US crude prices reach 7-year high

  As the International Energy Agency predicts increased oil demand by 2022, oil prices responded Thursday with a 1% increase. It also came after Saudi Arabia dismissed calls for more OPEC+ supply. West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery rose 87 cents to settle at $81.31 a barrel, another seven-year closing high. Global benchmark Brent …

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OKC’s Oil and Gas Expo another success!

  After 2020 and the COVID-19 impact, this year’s SOER Oil and Gas Expo at the state fairgrounds in Oklahoma City proved to be well attended. It was the 24th event sponsored by SOER and the OERB and for some first-time visitors, they were surprised at the nearly 180 exhibitors and what they presented at …

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OK Secretary of State says Biden’s energy policies are only hurting consumers

  On the day President Biden asked energy companies to lower their prices, one Oklahoma leader was critical of the administration for its anti-oil and gas policies. “There’s consequences for the actions of the Biden administration,” said Secretary of State Brian Bingman in an interview with reporters after he spoke at the SOER Oil and …

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Higher natural gas prices expected through the winter

  U.S. natural gas prices likely to remain elevated through the winter. That’s the headline in the announcement from the U.S. Energy Information Administration and for natural gas users in Oklahoma and other states where the winter will be cold as usual, it isn’t the best of news. In short, if you use natural gas …

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ONE Gas sees emissions reduction by 2025

ONE Gas released its 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report, one that projects a 41% reduction in the firm’s CO2 emissions by 2025. It  outlines the company’s progress toward its commitment to helping achieve a cleaner energy future, while fostering a safe and inclusive workplace built on a solid foundation of core values. “We are confident …

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North Dakota oil production increased slightly in August

  Crude oil production in North Dakota saw only a 2.8% increase from July to August according to some of the newest data released by the state’s Oil and Gas Division. The Bismarck Tribune reported the oil output for August was 1.107 million barrels a day. Click here for Bismarck Tribune article.

Giant solar farm for the Pueblo steel mill finished

  A steel mill in Pueblo, Colorado has finished construction on a solar farm that will allow the company to generate nearly 100% of its own power for steel production. As Big Pivots reported, the Bighorn Solar project was finished two years after work started at the Evraz steel mill. Click here for Big Pivots

New Mexico fines company $90,000 for late report on fire

  New Mexico regulators fined Enterprise Field Services $90,000 for failing to report a fire and condensate spill at a Permian Basin facility. The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s  Oil Conservation Division announced that it has settled a notice of violation issued to Enterprise Field Services, LLC of Houston, Texas for failing to give timely notice and …

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