March 28, 2023 archive

Completion reports for March 28, 2023

CANADIAN COUNTY Paloma Operating Co Inc Mississippi Solid(10305): Oil 253 Gas 1180 Water 912 Flow 11 14N 9W Clyde Hansen 11_2-14n-9w 2mhx, December 19, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 21474 ft Lat: 35.69718, Long: -98.13336 API: 35017258310000 Paloma Operating Co Inc Mississippi Solid(10402): Oil 345 Gas 1578 Water 1193 Flow 11 14N 9W Clyde Hansen 11_2-14n-9w 3mhx, December 18, 2022 HH, OIL, TD: 21323 ft Lat: 35.69718, …

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Permits to drill for March 28, 2023

Ellis County GRICE 28/21 MD #1H, March 28 2023 33 19N 24W NENENWNW API: 04523896 Lat: 36.08544707511906, Long: -99.77091352796162 MEWBOURNE OIL COMPANY HH, DR, 20050 ft, CHEROKEE(9450) Logan County BETTY 26-18-3 #1HO, March 28 2023 35 18N 3W SENENWNE API: 08324472 Lat: 35.99838176195107, Long: -97.48467583079658 BCE-MACH III LLC HH, DR, 10665 ft, OSWEGO(5168)

Corporation Commissioner pounds away at 2021 storm “cost discrepancies”

  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony made it clear at Tuesday’s Commission meeting he won’t let up in recovering what he contends are millions of dollars in “cost discrepancies” that consumers are paying in the 2021 storm securitization used by PSO, OGE and ONG. “There are substantial discrepancies that amount to millions of dollars and …

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Crude oil recorded small gains on Tuesday while OK energy stocks were mixed

  Crude oil prices recorded a second straight day of gains on Tuesday as a result of disruption risks from Iraqi Kurdistan and hopes a US banking sector turmoil is brought under control. West Texas Intermediate crude gained 39 cents a barrel or 0.5% and finished at $73.20 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent …

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Correction to BLM sale of solar use of Colorado land

  A correction to the story we carried this week regarding the solar auction to be carried out by the Bureau of Land Management in southern Colorado. We characterized the story as indicating the BLM would sell the land but in all reality, it is simply selling the right for commercial solar farm use of …

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Energy firm to pay $6.2 million for emissions in New Mexico’s Permian Basin

  After EPA flyovers by aircraft in 2019 detected the release of large amounts of emissions in the Permian Basin, a Dallas energy company has agreed to pay a $6.2 million settlement with New Mexico and the federal government. Matador Production Company’s well pads were caught with the emissions and will pay the fines to …

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PSO honored with EPA’s Energy Star Award 2023

  Public Service Company of Oklahoma has been selected as an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for Sustained Excellence. The award is reserved for ENERGY STAR partners demonstrating outstanding leadership, year over year, from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. “The 2023 ENERGY STAR award reflects the value and …

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Attorney to get his fees in big oil company lawsuit

  Three years after Sunoco, Inc. was ordered to pay nearly $156 million for the oil it produced from an Oklahoma well, it has been ordered to pay another $500,000 in attorney fees in the continuing case and nearly twice as much in reimbursements. The Tenth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently awarded the fees …

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Oklahoma’s STACK play to see more exploration

  With historic oil and gas production, the STACK play in Oklahoma will definitely see more exploration, courtesy of more energy companies. Some of the latest permits to drill approved by the state Corporation Commission included wells in Blaine and Kingfisher Counties. As OK Energy Today reported last week, other firms had also received permits …

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Latest bills by Rep. Lucas focus on partnerships in energy and ag research

  The separate research efforts carried out by the Department of Energy and the Department of Agriculture are a concern to Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas and others on the House Science, Space and Technology Committee. Lucas and others have introduced two bipartisan bills to advance opportunities for the Energy Department to strengthen longstanding interagency research …

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