January 23, 2023 archive

Permits to drill for January 23, 2023

Blaine County WRIGHT #13 SWD, January 23 2023 13 13N 11W SESWSESW API: 01124349 Lat: 35.59561457367965, Long: -98.3247590145976 DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO LP SH, DR, 8095 ft, PENNSYLVANIAN(4730) Canadian County DIVIDE CLARK 1406 #2H-21XX, April 15 2022 16 14N 6W NWSWSWSE API: 01725803 Lat: 35.68346642868172, Long: -97.841767919129 OVINTIV USA INC MU, AM, 19806 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(7990), WOODFORD(8448) Ellis …

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Completion reports for January 23, 2023

BLAINE COUNTY Devon Energy Production Co Lp All Zones Producing(0): Oil 649 Gas 4358 Water 1436 Flow 21 15N 10W Parker 28_33-15n-10w 2hx, November 11, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 21956 ft Lat: 35.75517, Long: -98.26896 API: 35011242950000 CANADIAN COUNTY Ovintiv Usa Inc Mississippian(9221): Oil 1326 Gas 2113 Water 2697 Flow 4 13N 7W Hufnagel 1407 3h-28xx, July 28, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 21972 ft Lat: 35.62609, …

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Crude oil prices —down in the US and up overseas

  Crude oi prices in the U.S. slipped in Monday’s trading while overseas, they went up 31 cents a barrel.  Oklahoma energy stocks recorded ups and downs. What happened? Investors who cashed in on a seven-week high retreated as news spread about a possible recovery of China’s demand for oil imports. West Texas Intermediate crude …

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Legislator wants end to non-disclosure agreements in government contracts

    Rep. Tom Gann, R-Inola, this week filed a bill to prohibit the abuse of non-disclosure agreements, providing greater transparency in government. House Bill 1378 would require businesses of any kind seeking state or local incentives to fully disclose who they are and what they do and also would prevent government officials from entering …

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Snowfall in most of Oklahoma?

Snow is expected to return to Oklahoma on Tuesday and some places of the state could get up to 5 and 6 inches of snowfall. Here are the important weather maps to consider. Heavier snowfall is expected in the eastern part of the state.   For drivers heading west on Interstate 40 into the Texas …

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Oklahoma regulators consider rule changes

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners plan some rulemaking changes this week in a Wednesday meeting. The agenda for the Jan. 25 meeting includes discussion and possible votes on changes of rules for the Gas 7 Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety program and the Motor Carriers, Private Carriers and Transportation Network Companies. The Commission also scheduled an industry …

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Oklahoma Governor wants internet expansion in the state

  Gov. Kevin Stitt is intent on changing Oklahoma’s status as one of the least internet connected states in the nation. The Oklahoman reported the governor discussed his internet expansion plans at a recent gathering of state and federal telecommunications officials in Oklahoma City. Click here for The Oklahoman

Oklahoma gasoline prices climb higher again

  Gasoline prices in Oklahoma soared higher in the past week, increasing as much as 14 cents a gallon and reaching a new statewide average of $3.08 a gallon. Milder weather in much of the nation is credited with resulting in more demand for gasoline, thus increasing the price at the pump. The American Automobile …

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Energy story headlines

** US climate envoy John Kerry bluntly summed up in one word what the planet needs to avoid a global warming catastrophe at the World Economic Forum this week: money. ** One of the country’s first offshore wind projects comes to life off the coast of Massachusetts where the wind will be used as an emissions-free …

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Keystone Pipeline spill cleanup at 85% in Kansas

  Keystone Pipeline operator TC Energy reports it has cleaned up more than 85% of the 14,000 barrel leak of crude oil into a northern Kansas Creek. At the same time, the Washington County, Kansas, newspaper reported that the Keystone pipeline is by far the county’s biggest source of tax revenue. KCUR Radio reported nearly …

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