October 19, 2021 archive

Completion reports for October 19, 2021

CANADIAN COUNTY Travis Peak Resources Llc Mississippian: Oil 112 Gas 1120 Water 1168 Flow 17 12N 8W Glorietta 7-12n-8w 1mh, August 13, 2020 HH, GAS, TD: 16618 ft Lat: 35.52169, Long: -98.07637 API: 35017255030001 HUGHES COUNTY Titan Resources Ltd Cromwell(4931): Oil 15 Flow 14 4N 9E Wilson 4, September 30, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 5196 ft Lat: 34.82236, Long: -96.32235 API: 35063249360000

Permits to drill for October 19, 2021

Carter County YVONNE #1-19, October 19 2021 19 1S 2W N2SWSENE API: 01926459 Lat: 34.45725208382815, Long: -97.44309905896255 JUDD BILLY INVESTMENT CO INC SH, DR, 1999 ft, HOXBAR(1000), TATUMS(1130), DEESE(1250), DORNICK HILLS(1950) Lincoln County RUSSELL #1, October 19 2021 12 15N 2E CNENE API: 08123410 Lat: 35.787713902491596, Long: -97.04565560570232 BENSON OPERATING LLC SH, RC, 5040 ft, SKINNER UP(4400), …

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More radioactive oilfield waste disposal options in North Dakota

  Those Oklahoma energy firms carrying out oil and gas exploration in North Dakota’s Bakken might soon have a disposal well to rid of radioactive waste in the state. The North Dakota Industrial Commission recently approved the creation of a second well in McKenzie County where oil field waste would be mixed with saltwater into …

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Phillips 66 Partners declares quarterly cash distribution

  Phillips 66 Partners LP announced that the board of directors of its general partner declared a third-quarter 2021 cash distribution of $0.875 per common unit, or $3.50 per unit on an annualized basis. The quarterly distribution is payable Nov. 12, 2021, to unitholders of record as of Oct. 29, 2021. Headquartered in Houston, Phillips …

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US oil at $83 while crude prices in Europe hit $85

  Crude oil futures managed another large gain in Tuesday’s trading as prices in the US pushed closer to $83 a barrel while in Europe, crude finished at $85 a barrel. But the price climb didn’t help Oklahoma energy stocks for the most part. West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery, trading on the New …

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Environmental containment firm expands operations

  Fort Worth’s Mustang Extreme Environmental Services, an environmental containment firm with offices in Oklahoma City announced the acquisition this week of RW Products LLC, a firm with operations in the Appalachians. The acquisition price was not disclosed but it gives Mustang Extreme a grasp in oil and gas operations in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West …

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Will increased drilling help Helmerich and Payne in coming 4Q report?

  Tulsa-based Helmerich & Payne Inc. plans to release its fourth quarter 2021 earnings report in mid-November as investors wonder if the company might end at least two consecutive quarters of improved losses. The company announced it will hold a conference call on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. central time. John Lindsay, President and …

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Halliburton sees 3Q growth

  Halliburton saw improved net income in the third quarter 2021 over the second quarter, announcing total revenue of $3.9 billion compared to $3.7 billion the previous quarter. The Houston based company that was founded in Oklahoma said its net income for the quarter was $236 million or 26 cents a diluted share, better than …

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3Q to show if Gulfport Energy’s growing stronger after bankruptcy

  Third quarter earnings for Oklahoma City-based Gulfport Energy Corporation will be revealed in two weeks as investors await to see how the company is doing following its second quarter emergence from bankruptcy. The company announced it will release the report after the close of markets on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Leadership will hold a teleconference …

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Senators complain of slow USDA help for biofuels

  Republican Senators from Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota came out this week and urged Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack to end the delay on financial help for the biofuels industry in their states. In a letter to the Secretary, the Senators said it was past time that “hardworking biofuel producers receive the critical aid …

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