October 21, 2021 archive

Completion reports for October 21, 2021

HUGHES COUNTY Titan Resources Ltd 14 4N 9E Wilson 1, July 09, 2021 SH, DISP, TD: 7205 ft Lat: 34.82242, Long: -96.32103 API: 35063235320005 KAY COUNTY Barber Oil Llc Big Lime-oswego(3262): Oil 5 Gas 80 Water 5 Flow Cleveland(3184): Oil 18 Gas 300 Water 2 Flow Cleveland(3184): Oil 0.25 Water 27 Pump 27 29N 1W Dennis 1-27, July 23, 2021 SH, OIL, TD: 3710 ft Lat: 36.95771, Long: -97.29836 …

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Permits to drill for October 21, 2021

Kingfisher County LINCOLN NORTH UNIT #51-4HO, October 06 2021 33 18N 5W SESWSWSW API: 07326792 Lat: 35.986291519308764, Long: -97.74595250059541 HINKLE OIL & GAS INC HH, AM, 11845 ft, OSWEGO(6150)

Oklahoma regulators close look into energy storage

  After listening for nearly 90 minutes to consumer groups and staff recommendations, Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners on Thursday formally agreed to close an inquiry into the development of energy storage in the state. “We kept it open much longer than normal,” said Brandy Wreath, Director of the Commission’s Public Utilities Division. “We do not have …

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Crude prices couldn’t hang on to high levels

Crude prices took a hit in Thursday’s trading falling more than $1 a barrel both in the US and in Europe and they took Oklahoma energy stocks with them in the downward slide. West Texas Intermediate crude for December delivery dropped $1.37 to $82.50 a barrel in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global …

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Slight increase in US rig activity reported by Enverus

  The U.S. rig count inched up by one in the last week to 639 as of Oct. 20, according to Enverus Rig Analytics. The count is up 4% over the last month and up 95% in the last year. The largest week-over-week changes occurred in the Gulf Coast, where four rigs were added. The …

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New Mexico officials want power plant demolished once retired

  As the Public Service Company of New Mexico plans next year to close its coal-fired San Juan Generating Station near Farmington, county officials have taken steps to require the company to demolish the plant after its closure. The New Mexico Political Report says San Juan County officials expressed worries the plant would become an …

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Not everyone wants Eastern Colorado wind farms

  Pushback against development of wind farms in eastern Colorado is reported to be growing. One leader of a newly-organized movement says it’s time to stop sacrificing agricultural land for “big-city living.” Click here for Colorado Public Radio report.

Lock in Daylight Saving Time?

  One Oklahoma state senator is looking into the benefits of making Daylight Saving Time the official time year round in Oklahoma. The McCarville Report says it comes as we prepare to “fall back” one hour Nov. 7. Click here for McCarville Report.

Additional energy stories in brief

** North Dakota can continue to pursue reimbursement from the federal government of the millions of dollars spent policing protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, a judge has ruled. U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Traynor on Tuesday denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss North Dakota’s attempt to recover more than $38 million from the monthslong …

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Empire Petroleum names 2 new directors

  Tulsa’s Empire Petroleum Corporation announced the addition of two members to its board of directors—industry executives Phil Mulacek and Ben Marchive. They joined the board immediately this week after getting unanimous approval. “It’s been a pleasure to work with Phil over the last year, first as joint development partner in our Fort Trinidad Field, …

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