December 20, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for December 20, 2022

Blaine County SCHANTZ #2-5-8XHW, December 20 2022 32 14N 13W SWSWSESW API: 01124346 Lat: 35.639183364005454, Long: -98.6091539328899 CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC MU, DR, 30541 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(14050), WOODFORD(14900) Canadian County DOUGHERTY BROS 18_19-14N-8W #3HX, December 20 2022 18 14N 8W NENENWNW API: 01725893 Lat: 35.6956513534705, Long: -98.09628923891337 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP MU, DR, 20679 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9076), WOODFORD(10464) Canadian …

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Completion reports for December 20, 2022

KINGFISHER COUNTY Overflow Energy Stack Llc 1 16N 9W Alpha Swd 1, April 01, 2022 SH, COMM, TD: 5650 ft Lat: 35.89617, Long: -98.11708 API: 35073255540002 Ovintiv Usa Inc Marmaton(7085): Oil 140 Gas 454 Water 1482 Flow 17 16N 6W Jade 1606 4h-5x, February 01, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 16945 ft Lat: 35.86998, Long: -97.86229 API: 35073267730000 LOVE COUNTY L E Jones Operating …

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$1 million incentive for Canoo EV company approved by OKC

  By a vote of 5-2, the Oklahoma City City Council voted Tuesday in support of the $1 million economic incentive for Canoo, the EV maker planning to locate a manufacturing plant in the west side of the city. Canoo won’t receive any of the funds until it fulfills a promise of creating 500 jobs …

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Corporation Commissioners to consider more fuel costs for utilities

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners are being asked to approve hundreds of millions of dollars in fuel costs by five rural electric cooperatives. The request was made in one joint case involving Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative, Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative, Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative and Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative. The cooperatives asked …

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Extreme winter storm sends crude oil prices upward

The approaching major winter storm sent crude oil prices up in Tuesday’s trading and Oklahoma energy stocks rebounded. The Siberian front sparked concerns that millions of Americans won’t be able to travel during the Christmas season. West Texas Intermediate crude rose 90 cents to close at $76.09 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. …

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El Reno School Board denies oil drilling request

  The El Reno School Board rejected an oil drilling request by Revolution Resources II LLC and Revolution Operating Company LLC. Revolution had sought a one-year sub-surface easement deal with the district, offering $5,000 plus part of the revenue generated from the drilling. The School Board wanted more money and said the drilling would be …

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Williams says it outpaces industry across key sustainability rankings in 2022

    Williams Cos. says its Sustainability program has been named for a third consecutive year to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index’s North America index. It was also named for a second consecutive year to the DJSI’s World index. CDP, another widely recognized disclosure and scoring process, gave Williams a ‘B’ score for its commitment …

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Pipeline builder fined $50,000 in North Dakota

  A $50,000 fine was leveled against a pipeline builder in North Dakota after a new pipeline project was constructed outside the permitted route. The Bismarck Tribune reported the fine by the North Dakota Public Service Commission was against Andeavor Field Services LLC. The PSC called them “pretty substantial violations.” Click here for Bismarck Tribune

Powder River coal supply problems lead to criticism of Union Pacific railway

  Coal shipments out of Wyoming’s Powder River Basin have fallen in recent months leading to growing criticism of Union Pacific Railway, one of two railroad companies that haul the coal to customers. A report by WyoFile indicated UP had failed to meet customer coal demand. The National Coal Transportation Association blamed “continuing poor railroad …

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Nebraska agency won’t face charges over misspending LIHEAP federal funds

  It misspent more than $4 million in federal money meant for home weatherization, but the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services won’t face any charges. The auditor’s office made the discovery which showed the state agency had been awarded $41,180,965 in Low Income Home Energy Assistance funds, better known as LIHEAP. The funding …

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