August 29, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for August 29, 2022

Canadian County MACH 1306 #1H-5X, August 29 2022 08 13N 6W NWSWSESW API: 01725841 Lat: 35.61045977181053, Long: -97.86511805950225 OVINTIV USA INC HH, DR, 19023 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(8375) Hughes County WOODRUFF #2-24/25H, August 29 2022 13 5N 10E NWSWSWSE API: 06324953 Lat: 34.89899908894033, Long: -96.20258000356516 TRINITY OPERATING USG LLC MU, DR, 15800 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(5600), WOODFORD(5900), HUNTON(6000) Hughes County WOODRUFF …

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Completion reports for August 29, 2022

STEPHENS COUNTY Black Mesa Energy Llc Sycamore(9722): Oil 952 Gas 1439 Water 552 Flow 36 1S 4W Rangers 36-25-1s-4w Sxh 1, March 13, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 17460 ft Lat: 34.42024, Long: -97.57424 API: 35137276380000

Storms left thousands without electrical power in central Oklahoma

  Monday afternoon thunderstorms that brought heavy rainfall to some areas of the state resulted in at least 9,000 customers of Oklahoma Gas and Electric without power late in the day. OG&E reported late Monday that prior to the arrival of the downpours of rain and heavy lightning, the utility had about 500 customers still …

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Crude oil made more gains in Monday’s trading and OK energy stocks were up the upside too

  Crude oil prices started the week with a 4% gain as there still loomed the prospects of OPEC+ output cuts. Investors were also concerned about the conflict in Libya. Oklahoma energy stocks recorded mild gains for the day. West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery shot up $3.95 a barrel to settle at $97.01, …

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Other headlines of energy stories

** A recently finalized federal biological assessment of ConocoPhillips’ proposed Willow oil and gas project in Alaska indicates the Biden administration is leaning toward approving the controversial plan. ** The federal Bureau of Land Management approves the first carbon dioxide sequestration project on public land at an ExxonMobil natural gas field in Wyoming. ** Colorado and Xcel Energy offer incentives to …

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Colorado enviros don’t like cryptocurrency miners using methane gas from oil wells

  Colorado’s ban on the flaring of natural gas from oil wells in the state has led to an interesting fight as oil operators sell their surplus methane to cryptocurrency miners. But you see, environmentalists don’t like it, even though it is in accordance with the state anti-flaring law. Environmentalists contend that all the process …

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Solar projects underway for Kanas electric cooperative

  An electric cooperative based in Topeka, Kansas has started work on creation of three new solar projects. FreeState Electric Cooperative and Evergy are working together on the project that will yield a combined 3.4 MW of renewable energy production reported DailyEnergy Insider. Click here for DailyEnergy Insider

High gasoline prices won’t keep Oklahomans from traveling this Labor Day holiday

  Labor Day holiday travel is expected to return to levels seen before COVID-19 hit the nation, despite high gasoline prices and that includes in Oklahoma according to AAA Oklahoma.   “Travel volume will likely reach pre-pandemic levels as people prioritize vacations and travel celebrations they haven’t felt confident taking in the previous two years,” said …

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EVs present issue over mileage reimbursements for legislators

  The purchase of electric vehicles by a dozen Colorado state legislators revealed a problem with the taxpayer-funded mileage reimbursements they receive. Legislators who drive EVs get the same mileage reimbursement rate as those legislators who drive gas-powered vehicles and the gasoline driven owners think it’s unfair. They want the mileage rate adjusted reported the …

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Dallas-Fort Worth considered as possible site for $2 billion solar plant

  Dallas city leaders are hoping their city is chosen as the site of a $2 billion solar equipment manufacturing plant to be built by Q Cells, a subsidiary of South Korean company Hanwha Solutions. Q Cells has yet to announce its choice of a site but the Dallas Morning News reported locations in South …

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