August 15, 2022 archive

Completion reports for August 15, 2022

completions: none were processed today

Permits to drill for August 15, 2022

Blaine County HECKENBERG #4-18-19-30XHM, August 15 2022 18 13N 13W SENENWNW API: 01124332 Lat: 35.60822113330554, Long: -98.62796306325431 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, DR, 29919 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(14783), WOODFORD(15582) Coal County DONNA #1-20, August 15 2022 20 2N 10E SESENWSW API: 02921430 Lat: 34.62608849379203, Long: -96.28097907229836 COMMAND ENERGY OPERATING LLC SH, DR, 7450 ft, CROMWELL(7100) Kingfisher County BENDA 3-16-6 #2H, …

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Oil drops below $90 in U.S. while OK energy stocks lost ground

  U.S. crude oil prices on Monday dropped below $90 for the first time in more than a week. What was behind the drop? Reuters attributed the decline to news that China’s July refinery output was the lowest since March 2020 as well as a stronger U.S. dollar and low liquidity pressure prices. West Texas …

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U.S. House Committee hearing in OKC to explore energy production

  Congressman Markwayne Mullin plans to moderate a panel discussion Wednesday in Oklahoma City held by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence focused on how America can become a world leader in energy production. The American Petroleum Institute and the Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma are also sponsors of the event designed to help shape …

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New Mexico oil and gas group launches fight with EPA over Permian Basin crackdown

  The New Mexico Oil and Gas Association has responded to the EPA’s proposed tougher regulations on the Permian Basin where Oklahoma oil and gas companies have major drilling and production operations, with a call to fight the government agency. “The EPA is threatening new regulations that would reduce energy production in the Permian Basin,” …

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Governors oppose nuke storage without state approval

  A group of governors from across the American West signaled their disapproval of storing spent nuclear fuel in their states without their consent, as two companies plan to do so in New Mexico and Texas despite opposition voiced by both states. Click here for Las Cruces Sun News

Carbon capture to get big benefits from Inflation Reduction Act

Whenever President Biden signs the Inflation Reduction Act into law, there will be big benefits for carbon capture projects across the nation. Click here for Time

EPA moves quickly for $4 billion battery plant in Kansas

  While the oil and gas industry often criticizes the EPA for its inability to move quickly in acting on fossil fuel permits, such wasn’t the case for the site of a $4 billion battery plant in Kansas—the plant sought by Oklahoma. The Kansas Reflector reported that state and federal environmental regulators approved a change …

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Annual Linemen’s Expo for OGE resumed this month

  Linemen teams from across OG&E’s service area gathered in Oklahoma City on Aug. 6 to compete in the company’s annual Linemen’s Expo. This was the 31st year for the event, after a two-year pause due to health and safety concerns of COVID-19. OG&E linemen kicked off the day with a moving salute to the American …

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Increased volumes expected on Keystone pipeline

  According to the operator of the Keystone Pipeline that carries oil from Canada to the Cushing hub in Oklahoma, there will be more volumes of crude flowing through the line in the coming months. It already was on the increase in the second quarter as TC Energy said volumes rose from 590,000 b/d to …

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