January 30, 2023 archive

Permits to drill for January 30, 2023

Grady County HARRIS #3-2-11 LMH, January 30 2023 11 5N 8W SESWSENE API: 05125001 Lat: 34.9207580038543, Long: -98.00773695871145 TROY ENERGY OPERATING LLC MU, DR, 18710 ft, HOXBAR(11159) Mcclain County BANSHEE 2029 #2H, January 27 2023 17 9N 4W NESESESE API: 08722406 Lat: 35.248390351190906, Long: -97.63667313471983 EOG RESOURCES INC MU, DR, 21000 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9110), WOODFORD(9180), HUNTON(9320) Stephens County …

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Completion reports for January 30, 2023

STEPHENS COUNTY Citation Oil & Gas Corporation Woodford(9871): Oil 172 Gas 1792 Water 2540 Pump 24 1N 5W North Basin 4-13hw, November 19, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 16761 ft Lat: 34.54970, Long: -97.67240 API: 35137276490001

Crude oil fell 2% and took OK energy stocks down too on Monday

  Crude oil prices dropped 2% in Monday’s trading and analysts blamed the losses on likely hikes in interest rates by major central banks. Oklahoma energy stocks tumbled as well. The Fed meets Wednesday and investors believe rates will go up by 25 basis points. West Texas Intermediate crude dropped $1.78 a barrel or 2.23% …

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Commissioner has pointed questions for ONG

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony contends that if a public utility cannot properly and adequately justify its fuel costs, it should not be eligible for full recovery from ratepayers. Yet that belief and Anthony’s questions were apparently ignored last week when an Administrative Law Judge held a prudency hearing for Oklahoma Natural Gas and …

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Canadian pipe manufacturer acquires plant in Enid

  Canadian-based Bri-Steel Manufacturing announced recently an expansion of operations to Enid, Oklahoma. Considered to be a leading North American manufacturer of large diameter seamless steel pipe, the company said it would build its second North American Thermal Pipe Expansion mill in the northern Oklahoma city Bri-Steel acquired the former GEFCO facility in Enid, a …

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New Mexico legislature asked to end oil and gas production by 2034

An end to oil and gas drilling in 11 years? It’s what more than 50 Indigenous, environmental and social justice groups want to happen in New Mexico. They called on Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham at the start of the 2023 legislative session, to promote science-based climate legislation to phase out oil and gas production by …

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Did renewable energy fail or succeed in recent U.S. winter storm?

    A report suggests that perhaps renewable energy did better than expected last month when Winter Storm Elliott brought extreme cold weather, winds and storm to a large part of the nation. While some reports said the nation’s renewable energy sources failed and resulted in rolling blackouts, others indicated they exceeded expectations reported the …

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Amarillo lawsuit targets Biden administration’s ESG policy

  More than two dozen states filed suit in Amarillo, Texas against the Biden administration over its ESG policy and how it might affect the savings of an estimated 152 million Americans. Oklahoma was not one of them. The lawsuit, reported by Just The News, charged the Labor Department created a rule prioritizing “woke” Environmental, …

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Kansas legislature targets wind farm’s blinking red lights

  Blinking red lights atop western Kansas wind farms are now the topic of legislation in Kansas. Senators in the state legislature are considering a bill to control when the red lights are activated, this after residents complained how they were annoyed by the lights reported the Kansas Reflector. Click here for Kansas Reflector

OGE mobilizes work crews in preparation for this week’s winter storm

  Oklahoma Gas and Electric has hundreds of employees on standby as the state is hit with the latest winter storm that could cause power supply issues due to ice accumulation. The company announced Monday that it staged materials and equipment in Ardmore, Ada, Durant, Fort Smith and the Oklahoma City metro area. It also …

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