December 28, 2022 archive

Permits to drill for December 28, 2022

permits: none were processed today

Completion reports for December 28, 2022

BLAINE COUNTY Devon Energy Production Co Lp All Zones Producing: Oil 1085 Gas 4758 Water 1432 Flow 27 15N 10W Dakota Carol 27_34-15n-10w 5hx, October 23, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 21529 ft Lat: 35.75321, Long: -98.24948 API: 35011242940000 Devon Energy Production Co Lp All Zones Producing: Oil 791 Gas 4564 Water 1669 Flow 27 15N 10W Dakota Carol 27_34-15n-10w 3hx, October 23, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: …

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Bice calls for restoration of U.S. energy independence

Reflecting on her second year in the U.S. House, Rep. Stephanie Bice said it’s not only a time to halt what she called the “reckless agenda of House Democrats,” but also a time to restore American energy independence. In a note to her constituents, the Republican Congresswoman called the restoration of U.S. energy independence of …

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Oklahoma energy stocks tumbled along with oil on Wednesday

  Crude oil prices tumbled a little on Wednesday as investors weighed the impact of China’s lifting COVID-19 restrictions. West Texas Intermediate crude dropped 0.07%  on a 72 cent fall and settled at $78.96 a barrel in Wednesday’s trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent crude fell 1.27% or $1.22 a barrel …

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Tallgrass announces efforts to help Louisiana coast

    Tallgrass, the energy company headquartered in Kansas City, announced an agreement with the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) for the sale of over 500 acres of property in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, to advance Governor John Bel Edwards’s efforts to restore the state’s eroding coastlines and better protect communities against hurricane damage …

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Marathon finalizes $3 billion Eagle Ford acquisition

  Marathon Oil Corporation announced the completion of its acquisition of the Eagle Ford assets of Ensign Natural Resources for a total cash consideration of $3.0 billion after taking into account closing adjustments. “We are pleased to announce the close of our acquisition of Ensign’s high-quality assets in the core of the Eagle Ford Shale,” …

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Impact of Mesa Airlines suspension could be felt by OKC firm

  This month’s announced suspension of a partnership between American Airlines and regional affiliate Mesa Airlines and operating out of Dallas/Fort Worth and Phoenix airports could affect an Oklahoma City operation. The late December announcement might affect employment at the AAR MRO in Oklahoma City because it does some work for Mesa Airlines. There has …

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Lawsuit filed over frack chemicals in SE Oklahoma

  A lawsuit is underway in southeast Oklahoma where a Louisiana-based company stands accused of disposing of toxic fracking liquids into the earth, contaminating a man’s crops and creating a health risk to his children. OMNI Environmental Solutions and one of it brands—A&A Tank truck Co. based in Norman were sued in Latimer County District …

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Headlines of more stories

** Vandalism at four power substations in the western US state of Washington over the weekend added to concerns of a possible nationwide campaign by right-wing extremists to stir fears and spark civil conflict. ** Wholesale power prices surged more than 6,000% in parts of the country during the worst of the recent brutal cold …

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Renewables can’t provide enough power for Kansas

  Legislators in Oklahoma made the same argument last year when a February winter storm paralyzed the Midwest, leaving many states dealing with rolling electrical blackouts. The Wichita Eagle reports that some experts now agree—-wind power isn’t a stand-alone energy provider for the state of Kansas. Click here for Wichita Eagle