November 2021 archive

Kairos Power Moves Forward With NRC Hermes Test Reactor Application in Tennessee

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has accepted an application for review from Kairos Power for a permit to construct a test reactor at a site in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, according to a posting on the NRC’s official website. Kairos submitted the initial portion of its application on September 29 followed by the remainder on October 31, 2021. The …

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FEMA Extends Public Comment Period on Floodplain Management Standards

FEMA published a notice in the Federal Register extending the public comment on the National Flood Insurance Program’s minimum floodplain management standards by 45 days from December 13, 2021. The new deadline for public comment is January 27, 2022. In addition, FEMA scheduled a third public meeting at 3 p.m. ET on December 15, 2021. …

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Permits to drill for November 29, 2021

Custer County MUNO 5-13-16 #1H, November 29 2021 05 13N 16W NENENWNW API: 03922600 Lat: 35.63784874363223, Long: -98.92937709202289 KAISER-FRANCIS OIL COMPANY HH, DR, 16697 ft, CHEROKEE(12000) Grady County RABBIT ROAD #1H-15-22, November 29 2021 15 9N 6W SWNENWNW API: 05124887 Lat: 35.26050232717098, Long: -97.82763032615674 CITIZEN ENERGY III LLC MU, DR, 21200 ft, WOODFORD(10700) Pottawatomie County HARRISON #1, …

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Completion reports for November 29, 2021

ompletions: none were processed today

Halliburton sets 4Q earnings date release

    With $3.9 billion in third quarter revenue, Halliburton Company announced it will release its fourth quarter 2021 financial results in January. The company plans a conference call on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022 to discus the results. The call will begin at 8 a.m. Central Time and the company will issue a press release …

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Analyst explains failure of Biden’s crude oil release

  President Biden’s recent decision to release crude oil from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve—will it have the effect he desires in lowering the cost of gasoline at the pump? In a word, “no” says Peter Zeihan, the noted American geopolitical analyst and author who analyzes data from geography and global politics to understand economic …

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Williams Board member resigns

  The Williams Companies, Inc. announced the resignation of one of its members of the firm’s board of directors. Vicki L. Fuller, according to a Williams filing  with the SEC resigned effective Dec. 1, 2021, explaining she wanted to devote her time to a new management position. “Vicki Fuller has delivered tremendous value to our Board …

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New Exec VP named at Chesapeake Energy

  Chesapeake Energy Corporation announced that Mohit Singh has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective December 6, 2021. “I am pleased to welcome Mohit to Chesapeake at such an exciting time in our company’s history,” said Nick Dell‘Osso, Chesapeake’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “Mohit brings deep financial and executive leadership capabilities to our already …

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Headlines of other energy news stories

  ** Natural gas futures plummeted 11% in the U.S. as forecasts shifted warmer through the middle of next month, allaying concern about tight domestic supplies amid a global shortage of the heating fuel reports Bloomberg. ** Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and seven other House Democrats are urging the Justice Department to release American environmental lawyer …

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$100 million investment in lithium operation made by Koch Industries

  Wichita-based Koch Industries Inc. is putting $100 million behind a a lithium extraction operation. Koch Strategic Platforms, an investment arm of Koch Industries plans an investment in Canada-based Standard Lithium according to a report by the Wichita Business Journal. Click here for Wichita Business Journal.