December 19, 2022 archive

Completion reports for December 19, 2022

HARPER COUNTY Latigo Oil And Gas Inc Commingled: Gas 46 Water 2 Flow 3 26N 25W Cady Wilmott 3-3, September 12, 2022 SH, GAS, TD: 7300 ft Lat: 36.76457, Long: -99.87747 API: 35059220490001 PITTSBURG COUNTY Riverside Midstream Water Resources Llc 4 7N 13E Scipio 4-1 Swd, October 25, 2022 SH, COMM, TD: 6970 ft Lat: 35.11420, Long: -95.94720 API: 35121249000000

Permits to drill for December 19, 2022

Canadian County DOUGHERTY BROS 18_19-14N-8W #2HX, November 18 2022 18 14N 8W NENENWNW API: 01725887 Lat: 35.695651357116525, Long: -98.09639026790373 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP MU, AM, 20293 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9069), WOODFORD(10456) Garvin County MOONRAKER #1-33-32XHM, July 26 2022 33 1N 3W NWNESENE API: 04925375 Lat: 34.516988969461515, Long: -97.5125585976423 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, AM, 18597 ft, CANEY(7426), SYCAMORE(7432), WOODFORD(7656) …

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China’s move to ease COVID restrictions sent crude prices up

  China’s decision to relax COVID-19 restrictions sent crude oil prices up in Monday’s trading while Oklahoma energy stocks fell—some as much as 7 and 8%. West Texas Intermediate crude rose a little more than 1% or 90 cents to $75.19 in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude, the global benchmark, gained …

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Tinker Air Force Base to maintain new stealth bomber

  Once the Air Force’s new B-21 Raider bomber becomes operational, it will be maintained at Oklahoma’s Tinker Air Force Base. After years of secret development, the Air Force recently revealed the existence of the stealth bomber. However, the B-21 is not expected to make its maiden voyage until sometime in 2023 reported Velocity. Click …

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Editorial support for Oklahoma’s new Broadband Office

  Oklahoma’s recent creation of a state Broadband Office, a move designed to expand broadband internet access across the state, received a strong endorsement from the Enid News & Eagle. The paper’s editorial board came out with encouragement to find the right person to run the office. Oklahoma has had a big gap in broadband …

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Holiday travel to jump in Oklahoma

This is the week that holiday travel will swell and AAA Oklahoma predicts 1.1 million Oklahomans will either fly or drive somewhere for the Christmas weekend and the following week. AAA expects an increase of 28,400 people across the state compared to the number of 2021 holiday travelers. The organization stated the numbers are approaching …

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New Panasonic battery plant announces major new deal

  Panasonic’s $4 billion plant near Kansas City has yet to be completed and the company announced a major battery deal with Lucid Motors. The plant is the one that Oklahoma hoped to land earlier in 2022 but failed and now Panasonic is pushing ahead with contracts. The Kansas City Business Journal reported the new …

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OKC to decide on $1 million incentive to EV maker Canoo

  The pitch by EV manufacturer Canoo for a $1 million economic development incentive from Oklahoma City will be voted on Tuesday by the City Council. The incentive is part of Canoo’s announcement in November that it intended to locate at a former Terex manufacturing plant at 9528 W. Interstate 40 Service Road in west …

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Devon’s 8 wells on 2 pads produced 6,500 barrels of oil a day

  The STACK proved to be a winner for Devon Energy as the company filed recent completion reports on 8 wells drilled in adjoining sections with a combined production of more than 6,500 barrels of oil a day. Five of the wells were on a single pad and three others on a single pad. The …

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Keystone pipeline cleanup created small town in Kansas

  The 14,000 barrel spill of crude oil from the Keystone Pipeline near Washington, Kansas boosted the population from 1,000 to nearly 1,400. Reuters reported nearly 400 workers were brought in to continue with the massive cleanup of the oil that was meant to be transported to the Cushing Hub in northern Oklahoma. Click here …

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