December 5, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for December 5, 2022

Blaine County REDWOOD 21-15N-11W #2H, December 05 2022 16 15N 11W NESESESW API: 01124341 Lat: 35.76987130006466, Long: -98.3755074217547 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP HH, DR, 17310 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9600), WOODFORD(12000) Caddo County PATTERSON #34-2, December 05 2022 34 10N 12W CW2NENE API: 01522723 Lat: 35.30339774707072, Long: -98.45076148793822 ZEPHYR OPERATING CO LLC SH, RC, 13520 ft, CHEROKEE(12968) Garvin County …

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Completion report for December 5, 2022

BLAINE COUNTY Staghorn Petroleum Ii Llc Mississippian(10152): Oil 294 Gas 6076 Water 1897 Flow 32 18N 13W Yosemite 18-13-32 1h, March 19, 2022 HH, GAS, TD: 16160 ft Lat: 35.98618, Long: -98.60935 API: 35011242830000 CANADIAN COUNTY Camino Natural Resources Llc Mississippian(9889): Oil 575 Gas 2961 Water 1596 Flow 29 12N 7W Cattlemans 1207 32-5-3mxh, September 06, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 18070 ft Lat: 35.48070, Long: -97.96027 …

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Study says removal of coal-fired plants puts US at risk this winter

  A new study says much of the nation’s bulk power system is “at risk” of not having enough energy supplies during severe weather this winter–because of the removal of coal and natural gas-fired electrical generation. The claim is made by the North American Energy Reliability Corp. puts the blame on the elimination or closure …

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Heat exchanger firm picks Tulsa for new manufacturing plant

  Tulsa has been picked as the site for a manufacturing plant by heat exchanger maker Hayden Industrial. The California-based company said 225 jobs will be created as it takes over an existing 200,000-square-foot building north of the Tulsa International Airport. Hayden Industrial recently developed a new system for immersion cooling that will be manufactured …

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Movement spreads to ban gas-powered lawn mowers

  As we reported last week, the city of Dallas is considering a ban on gasoline-powered lawn equipment. It’s already run into opposition—from the Dallas Morning News. In a Sunday morning editorial, the newspaper suggested “few of us want government telling us what tools we can use to cut the lawn.” The editorial headline declared …

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Western Hydrogen Hub seeks more than $1 billion in funds from Uncle Sam

      The states of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico applied for up to $1.25 billion in federal funding to crease at least eight hydrogen projects. The consortium, known as the Western Interstate Hydrogen Hub seeks the funding from the Department of Energy’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs act signed into law last year …

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ONEOK tries to increase investors

  ONEOK, Inc. hopes to pick up more investors when it participates this week in the Wells Fargo Midstream and Utilities Symposium in New York. ONEOK management will take part in a fireside chat session at 12:35 p.m. Central Stand Time on Wednesday, Dec. 7.   A link to the live webcast, replay and ONEOK’s …

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NOG wraps up $155 million acquisition in the Permian Basin

  Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. is the latest to make a big acquisition of interests in the Northern Delaware Basin of West Texas. The Minnesota-based company announced the closing of its $155.1 million cash acquisition of non-operated interests from Alpha Energy Partners. The deal included a $17.5 million deposit paid at the signing in …

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Corporation Commissioners agree to ONG’s energy efficiency programs

  Despite a move by Oklahoma Natural Gas to increase its funding to help low income customers, it will mean other consumers will be forced to pay for the program. Corporation Commissioners on Monday gave unanimous approval to ONG’s Demand Portfolio of Conservation and Energy Efficiency Programs which is an effort covering the next three …

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Widen I-70 in Missouri? A legislator pushes the idea

  A Missouri legislator is proposing the state use its more than $6 billion in surplus funds on widening Interstate 70 from St. Louis to Kansas City. Click here for Columbia Daily Tribune