August 23, 2022 archive

Former Sen. David wins GOP runoff for Corporation Commission

  Former State Sen. Kim David won the Republican primary runoff on Tuesday, gathering more than 59% in her victory over former State Rep. Todd Thomsen. With 100% of the state’s precincts reporting last night, the Oklahoma Election Board showed David received 198,752 votes or 59.12% of the 268,529 total votes statewide in the runoff …

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Permits to drill for August 23, 2022

Kay County JOEL #1-35, August 23 2022 35 25N 1W CSWSENW API: 07124039 Lat: 36.60189347483832, Long: -97.2771621114307 KODA OPERATING LLC SH, RC, 4902 ft, LAYTON(3370) Kingfisher County REDTAIL 13-15N-8W #3H, August 23 2022 13 15N 8W SESWSWSE API: 07326914 Lat: 35.7696174382535, Long: -98.00202862595481 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP HH, DR, 13663 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN (LESS CHESTER)(8700), WOODFORD(9250) Kingfisher …

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Completion reports for August 23, 2022

:Jerry Bohnen Tue, Aug 23 at 8:21 PM CANADIAN COUNTY Canvas Energy Llc Mississippian(9850): Oil 487 Gas 1646 Water 473 Flwg Woodford(9910): Oil 20 Gas 69 Water 20 Flwg 3 12N 7W Marble 1307 3smh-34, March 11, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 14948 ft Lat: 35.55072, Long: -97.93307 API: 35017257080000

Crude prices rose 4% while Oklahoma energy stocks had mild gains

  Saudi Arabia’s talk of OPEC+ cuts if the US goes ahead with an Iranian nuclear deal that could clear the way for more Iranian crude to hit the world markets led to a 4% gain in crude prices Tuesday. West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery went up $3.38 to $93.74 a barrel on …

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Oklahoma regulators to meet Thursday

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners plan a regular meeting Thursday morning. The agenda, as released this week, will consider votes of issues on the 24-hour signing agenda docket. There might be new business but the agenda did not reflect any special issue to be decided. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m.  

Crawley did well in Oklahoma’s Dewey County

  Dewey County exploration proved successful for Oklahoma City-based Crawley Petroleum Corporation as it recently reported completion of two wells, one with more than 1,100 barrels oil a day in production. Located at 28 19N 14W , a site about 6 miles northwest of the town of Canton, the Hewitt 2-28mhx was completed in June with production …

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Study shows need for improved broadband services

  A new study by the Fiber Broadband Association reaffirmed what some Oklahoma leaders have known for years—the growing importance and dependency on an expanded and improved broadband service in the country. Broadband funding improvements have been in the sights of Oklahoma’s congressmen Frank Lucas and Markwayne Mullin. They have long complained that residents in …

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Devon joins oil and gas consortium

  Oklahoma City’s Devon Energy is one of the latest major firms to join a consortium that helps organizations better manage their records and data. Blockchain for Energy (B4E) announced Devon joined its oil and gas consortium which also supports opportunities for lower carbon energy through collaboration and proactive development of new technologies. “It is my …

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University of Texas about to get another national title, thanks to oil and gas

  Harvard might soon lose its holding as the nation’s richest university, an honor that could go to the University of Texas. Thanks to oil and gas. UT’s holdings of crude and natural gas in the Permian Basin and other shale-rich areas will soon put it in the lane to overtake Harvard University as the …

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Las Vegas, New Mexico faces loss of drinking water

  The Gallinas River in New Mexico is badly polluted with ash and debris from the spring time fires that devastated the area around the city of Las Vegas. Now Las Vegas is threatened with only a 30-day supply of drinking water. Click here for Albuquerque Journal