November 2022 archive

Permits to drill for November 30, 2022

Alfalfa County CASTLE 26-26-9 #1H, November 30 2022 26 26N 9W SWSWSWSW API: 00323420 Lat: 36.69557642722046, Long: -98.14495385406823 BCE-MACH LLC HH, DR, 10960 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(5557) Creek County RIVERBED “A” #6, November 30 2022 08 18N 7E NWSWSWNE API: 03716249 Lat: 36.05484219350171, Long: -96.5918523985486 OTC/OCC NOT ASSIGNED SH, RC, 2515 ft, BARTLESVILLE(2305) Creek County RIVERBED “A” #4, November …

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Completion reports for November 30, 2022

GRADY COUNTY Marathon Oil Company Woodford(15174): Oil 25 Gas 20040 Water 84 Flow 11 4N 6W Gretzky 0406 2-2-35wxh, April 08, 2022 HH, GAS, TD: 25587 ft Lat: 34.83818, Long: -97.80122 API: 35051248540000 KAY COUNTY Truevine Operating Llc 3 26N 1E Brown 1-3, July 03, 2022 SH, DRY, TD: 3892 ft Lat: 36.75850, Long: -97.17724 API: 35071249290000

Crude oil rose 3% on Wednesday and so did several OK energy stocks

  Two factors played roles in Wednesday’s 3% gain for crude oil prices. One was the latest U.S. government information showing crude stockpiles had plummeted while export demand was at record levels. Secondly, traders apparently hedged their investments that there will be further easing of the COVID restrictions in China. U.S. inventories fell by 12.6 …

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Oklahomans split in House vote to avoid national railway strike

  The U.S. House passed a bill Wednesday to avoid a nationwide railway strike but with a split vote from Oklahoma’s Representatives. The resolution passed on a vote of 290-137 and Reps. Tom Cole and Frank Lucas were among the 79 Republicans who supported the measure. Reps. Stephanie Bice, Markwayne Mullin and Kevin Hern opposed …

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Cushing hub continues slow decline of crude oil in storage

  The Cushing oil hub in northern Oklahoma recorded another dip in the amount of crude oil in storage. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported Cushing held 24.3 million barrels of oil as of Nov. 25, down 400,000 barrels from the previous week. The total was also the lowest for the month of November, a …

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AARP leader demands an end to utility rate hikes

    AARP Oklahoma State Director Sean Voskuhl had a pointed question of Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners after they approved a nearly $20 million rate hike for Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. “When does it end?” he asked in anger after opposing the $19.6 million rate hike that was approved Tuesday. “The Corporation Commission approves a third …

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EV charger availability study ranks Oklahoma in top half of states

  While California has nearly a third of all of electric vehicle charging stations in the U.S., Vermont is the best state, based on  the number of chargers per 100,000 residents. Oklahoma is among the nation’s top half of states with the best EV charger availabilities. CoPilot, a software firm recently released figures ranking Oklahoma …

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Sulphur dioxide pollution in Missouri’s Bootheel breaks EPA rules

  Part of a county in southeast Missouri is so far out of EPA pollution compliance that a coal-fired power plant will have to cut emissions and an aluminum smelter will have to take steps as well. The Missouri Independent reported millions will have to be spent by companies in New Madrid County where sulfur …

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ONG wins rate hike from Oklahoma regulators

  Yes, another utility bill rate hike was approved by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. A nearly $20 million increase for another utility. Commissioners voted Tuesday to approve a rate hike for customers of Oklahoma Natural Gas and as a result, bills for the average residential user will go up nearly $2 a month. Click here …

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Highway interchange named in honor of Sen. Inhofe

  The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) recently honored U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) with the unveiling of the U.S. Sen. James Inhofe Interchange in Midwest City, located at Interstate 40 and South Douglas Boulevard. This $170 million project will reconstruct the interchange into a safer, single-point urban interchange. Sen. Inhofe attended the groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, November …

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