December 14, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for December 14, 2022

Caddo County HONEY CREEK 1008 #7-18-1MXH, December 14 2022 12 10N 9W SENENENE API: 01523331 Lat: 35.362261897310034, Long: -98.09664329563161 CAMINO NATURAL RESOURCES LLC MU, DR, 23533 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(12789), WOODFORD(13092) Grady County ROMANOFF #3-24-13XHW, December 14 2022 25 7N 5W NESENWNE API: 05124994 Lat: 35.056145922668115, Long: -97.67591239175141 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, DR, 21108 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(10740), WOODFORD(10959) Grady County …

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Completion reports for December 14, 2022

DEWEY COUNTY Mewbourne Oil Company Red Fork(9470): Oil 19 Gas 44 Water 160 Flow 11 17N 17W 3c Farms 14 Bo 1h, October 07, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 14710 ft Lat: 35.95794, Long: -98.98137 API: 35043237560000 GARVIN COUNTY Cprp Services Llc Woodford(12550): Oil 623 Gas 3849 Water 687 Flow 33 4N 4W Prairie 0404 33-28 2wxh, October 10, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 18538 ft Lat: 34.77664, …

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Crude oil gained more than $2 a barrel

  After U.S. interest rates were not raised as much as they have in the past several months, crude oil prices ended up more than $2 a barrel in Wednesday’s trading. Forecasts from OPEC and the International Energy Agency of a rebound in demand next year also aided the price gain. The Fed raised its …

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AARP calls for moratorium on utility rate hikes in Oklahoma

  In light of the upcoming winter weather, AARP Oklahoma State Director Sean Voskuhl questions the preparation and communication by Oklahoma utility companies and calls for a moratorium on rate hikes and customer disconnections.   “What steps have the utilities taken all the steps to ensure that all Oklahomans will have safe and reliable service? What have …

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Permian Basin earthquakes result in curtailed water injections

  Just like Oklahoma did a few years ago after a lengthy time of damaging earthquakes linked to oil and gas exploration, Texas regulators have adopted reductions in produced water injections in the Permian Basin. The Texas Railroad Commission took the action this week following a 5.4 magnitude earthquake that rumbled across Reeves County on …

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Oklahoma regulators still deal with winter storm costs for utilities

  The fallout from the February 2021 winter storm is still being felt by Oklahoma utilities and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission that regulates them. Corporation Commissioners meet Thursday morning to review and hold possible votes on the requests of four utilities to allow for natural gas cost or fuel cost adjustments—adjustments that would likely increase …

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Evergy’s capital investment under scrutiny by Kansas regulators

  The Kansas Corporation Commission began this week questioning and exploring Evergy’ five-year capital investment plan that will result in higher bills for consumers. Evergy wants to spending another $1.2 billion for the period and much of it would be spent on renewable energy projects reported KWCH TV. Click here for KWCH TV

Oil and gas tax revenue results in growing funds for New Mexico legislature

  Thanks to the strength of oil and gas revenue, New Mexico legislators saw another increase in the amount of funds they will have to create a new state budget. The New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee released its Consensus Revenue Estimate for fiscal year 2024 which begins July 1, 2023. The projected revenue for Fiscal Year 2024 …

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Interior official wouldn’t admit the President lied about oil production claims

  Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso put Deputy Interior Secretary Tommy Beaudreau on the spot this week when he pressed him about President Biden’s statements on oil and gas During a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing, the Republican Senator wanted to know which statement from the President was a lie…the one when he said …

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Cushing hub maintains crude oil storage despite Keystone pipeline shutdown

  Despite a shutdown of the Keystone pipeline because of an oil leak in northern Kansas, the diminished flow of oil into the Cushing hub was not reflected in the latest storage report from the government. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday Cushing contained 24.4 million barrels of oil as of Dec. 9. It …

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