December 22, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for December 22, 2022

Beaver County TAYLOR #6-13, December 22 2022 13 3N 24EC E2SWNESW API: 00724624 LATIGO OIL AND GAS INC SH, RC, 7800 ft, CHEROKEE(6730), MORROW SAND(7100) Kingfisher County LINCOLN SOUTHEAST OSWEGO UNIT #25-5HO, December 22 2022 18 17N 5W NENENWNE API: 07326964 Lat: 35.955383822689654, Long: -97.77001144056126 BCE-MACH III LLC HH, DR, 11700 ft, OSWEGO(6204) Kingfisher County LINCOLN SOUTHEAST …

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Completion reports for December 22, 2022

completions: none were processed today

Former ODOT Director dies

  This week’s death of Gary Ridley, the former Oklahoma Department of Transportation Director produced statements of condolences from Oklahoma leaders. Ridley worked for ODOT for 48 years and was appointed secretary of transportation in 2009 by then-Governor Brad Henry. Governor Mary Fallin reappointed him to the post after she took office in 2011. At …

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OK energy stocks slid Thursday along with crude oil prices

  Oil and Oklahoma energy stocks suffered tumbles in prices on Thursday as the winter storm resulted in tighter U.S. crude stocks and fears grew of increased Federal Reserve interest rates.  West Texas Intermediate for February delivery dropped 80 cents or 1% a barrel to $77.49 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent …

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More than half of spilled oil recovered at Keystone Pipeline leak in Kansas

  Following the large Keystone Pipeline leak in northern Kansas about 3 weeks ago, operator TC Energy says it has recovered more than half of the crude oil spilled near a creek. The company reported this week its crews had recovered about 7,599 barrels of oil from Mill Creek along with a total of 15,488 …

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Storm doesn’t stop US from gaining oil and gas rigs

  Baker Hughes Co. reported Thursday an increase in oil and gas rigs across the U.S. with a gain of 3 to reach 779. Oklahoma’s count was unchanged from the previous week, staying at 68 rigs. Nationally, the gain included two oil rigs to reach a total of 622 while the number of gas rigs …

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Enverus reports big gain in oil and gas rigs in US

  This week’s Enverus report showed a gain of 11 oil and gas rigs nationally to reach a total of 871 for the week ended Dec. 21. The count is down 2% in the last month but up 22% in the last year. All numbers discussed are weekly peaks to avoid the sometimes wide variability …

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Treasurer begins search for firms that boycott Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry

  Nearly a month and a half after Oklahoma’s new law took effect against investment groups that oppose funding of the oil and gas industry, efforts have started to identify the companies that boycott the energy sector. The State Treasurer’s Office has the responsibility of identifying those firms. Spokesman Christopher Biggs, in an email response …

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ONEOK seeks federal approval of international gas line at Mexico border

  ONEOK Inc. is hoping to get FERC approval to build a new natural gas international border-crossing at the U.S. and Mexico border in Texas. The company announced it filed a Presidential Permit application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for approval of its Saguaro Connector Pipeline subsidiary in Hudspeth County, Texas. The proposed border …

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Former congressman named leader of bible translation business

  He is a former Oklahoma Congressman and Army officer who helped capture Saddam Hussein in Iraq but now Steve Russell has a different title. He is CEO of JAARS, a global organization that has a mandate to make Bible translation and language development possible, even in the most remote and difficult places on Earth. …

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