October 27, 2021 archive

Completion reports for October 27, 2021

CARTER COUNTY Ardmore Production & Exploration Co Cisco(580): Pump 35 3S 2W Pwf 3512 1, February 23, 2021 SH, DRY, TD: 1108 ft Lat: 34.25033, Long: -97.37772 API: 35019264210000 GRADY COUNTY Citizen Energy Iii Llc 2 8N 6W Eight Belles 35-26-9-6 2xh, February 21, 2021 SH, PLUG, TD: 1453 ft Lat: 35.20298, Long: -97.79594 API: 35051242800000

Permits to drill for October 27, 2021

Canadian County KING JULIEN 15-12N-7W #2MH, October 27 2021 15 12N 7W SESENWSW API: 01725723 Lat: 35.51210136005496, Long: -97.93337025317955 PALOMA OPERATING CO INC HH, DR, 17000 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9100) Garvin County THUNDERBIRD #1-25, October 27 2021 25 4N 1E SWSWSENW API: 04925353 Lat: 34.78959267913449, Long: -97.15524924573478 COMMAND ENERGY OPERATING LLC DH, DR, 4100 ft, DYKEMAN(3800)

Crude oil storage takes another drop at Cushing

  If traders and analysts were nervous last week over the growing reduction of crude oil at the Cushing hub in Oklahoma, they will really be anxious over the latest decline. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday the amount of crude in storage at Cushing, one of the largest storage sites in the U.S.,  …

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Slow growth in new drilling in the state

  More well activity is coming in Carter County. Kodiak Oil & Gas Inc received a permit to recomplete the HHU #7-13, at 27 4S 2W, a site just outside the Black Gold Casino in the town of Wilson. Prairie Gas Company of Tulsa received a permit to drill the JANZEN #1-32 HP, north of the community …

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Crude oil prices drop and take OK energy stocks with them

  Crude oil prices in the U.S. took a nearly $2 drop in trading on Wednesday and dragged Oklahoma energy stocks down with them. West Texas Intermediate crude for December delivery dropped $1.99 and finished the day at $82.66 in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent crude, also for December delivery, …

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Environmental extremist becomes BLM Director

  She was accused of lying to a U.S. Senate committee, yet on Wednesday, Tracy Stone-Manning was sworn in to serve as Director of the Bureau of Land Management. It drew immediate criticism from Republicans in Congress who argued she took part in extreme environmental acts decades ago in the forests of the northwest. Washington …

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Quarterly distribution announced by Enable Midstream

  Enable Midstream Partners, LP announced that the board of directors of its general partner declared a quarterly cash distribution of $0.16525 per unit on all outstanding common units for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2021. The distribution is unchanged from the previous quarter for the Oklahoma City-based company. The quarterly cash distribution of $0.16525 …

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United Energy announces update to major acquisition

  United Energy announced it is moving ahead with plans to acquire the remaining 51% of some 200,000 acres and 2,200 wells in the Cherokee Basin of Northeast Oklahoma and Southeast Kansas. Nearly 3-weeks after the Plano, Texas-based company announced it had acquired 49% of the Cherokee Basin, it followed up Wednesday with another announcement …

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Another major solar farm for Pueblo, Colorado

  Another massive solar farm will be built near Pueblo, Colorado. Plans for the 298-megawatt solar farm were announced this week by Xcel Energy and Lightsource bp. It will be the second in the city for Lightsource bp which will sell the power to Xcel and represents a cumulative half billion-dollar private investment in the …

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Biofuels Senators can’t get the White House’s attention

  Republican Senators from Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota are beating the drums to get a meeting with the White House to talk about biofuels policy. They’re not so sure the Energizer Bunny could do any better. An earlier push led by South Dakota Sen. John Thune got no where and this …

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