June 2022 archive

Permits to drill for June 30, 2022

Canadian County JORGE 1407 #2H-31X, June 30 2022 07 14N 7W SWNENENW API: 01725824 Lat: 35.70990343145971, Long: -97.98748703567702 OVINTIV USA INC MU, DR, 19245 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(8807) Canadian County JORGE 1407 #3H-31X, June 30 2022 07 14N 7W SWNENENW API: 01725825 Lat: 35.70990343451734, Long: -97.98753755916294 OVINTIV USA INC MU, DR, 18441 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(8870) Canadian County JORGE 1407 #4H-31X, …

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Completion reports for June 30, 2022

BEAVER COUNTY Monterey Production Company Llc Morrow Up(6346): Gas 2500 Water 2 Flow 15 5N 22E Sharp 3-15, April 01, 2022 SH, GAS, TD: 7652 ft Lat: 36.89585, Long: -100.67085 API: 35007253160001 GARVIN COUNTY Command Energy Operating Llc Dykeman(3700): Oil 5 Gas 20 Water 45 Pump 25 4N 1E Thunderbird 1-25, January 18, 2022 DH, OIL, TD: 4100 ft Lat: 34.78976, Long: -97.15523 API: 35049253530001 Dunn’s …

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Another drop in crude oil prices leaves mixed impact on OK energy stocks

  Crude oil dropped again in Thursday’s trading, falling 3% after OPEC+ confirmed an increase is planned in oil output in August. It left some Oklahoma energy stocks with a big gain for the day while others suffered losses of 7%. West Texas Intermediate crude for August delivery fell $4.02 a barrel to settle at …

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OGE agrees to lower rate hike request to $30 million

  After three full days of hearings before an Oklahoma Corporation Commission Administrative Law Judge and nearly a full-day of renewed negotiations, Oklahoma Gas and Electric reached a settlement to lower its $163.5 million rate hike request to $30 million. If approved by the Corporation Commission, it would mean another $2.07 a month for the …

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Lankford says court ruling shows Congress creates law—not ‘unelected’ bureaucrats

  U.S. Sen. James Lankford reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in support of Oklahoma and other states that challenged the EPA’s use of the Clean Air Act by saying it showed the power of creating laws rests with congress and “not unelected bureaucrats.” “The EPA clearly overreached its authority when it forced Americans to transition …

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Permian slips in rig numbers while Anadarko makes gains

  The latest rig count released by Enverus Foundations shows an increase of two in the Anadarko Basin which spreads across western Oklahoma and into the Texas Panhandle. The basin was one of a handful that saw gains in the number of active oil and gas rigs. Overall, the U.S. rig count fell by 10 …

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From oil and gas to health—a new purpose for a former Halliburton Energy building

  A two-story building that once housed Halliburton Energy Services operations in Canadian County will soon become the Canadian County Health Department offices. Canadian County acquired the building located along Highway 66 east of El Reno in a $6 million deal. The county used federal stimulus aid to buy the building from the OKC West …

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Hofmeister wants criminal probe of Office of Land Commissioners

  The Oklahoma Commissioners of the Land Office are targeted by State Schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister who has asked for a law enforcement investigation into claims of self-dealing and misappropriation of taxpayer money. Click here for The Oklahoman

ODEQ investigates swimmer’s rashes at Lake Eufaula

  After swimmers in Lake Eufaula complained of getting rashes, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality launched an investigation. KOKH News reports that at least one expert suspects parasites. Click here for KOKH News  

Austin, Texas adds 1,300 EV charging ports in city

  With nearly 17,000 registered electric vehicles in Austin, Texas, the city has installed 1,300 EV charging ports across the city.  All are powered by Texas wind energy. Click here for KXAN news