May 1, 2023 archive

Completion reports for May 1, 2023

STEPHENS COUNTY Citation Oil & Gas Corp 34 1N 5W Prairiedale 5-34-27xhw, February 02, 2023 HH, TA, TD: 15388 ft Lat: 34.50786, Long: -97.71744 API: 35137276590001

Permits to drill for May 1, 2023

Blaine County NELSON #1-33-28MHX, May 01 2023 33 19N 12W SESWSWSW API: 01124360 Lat: 36.07253662461789, Long: -98.49274236112561 CRAWLEY PETROLEUM CORPORATION HH, DR, 19100 ft, MISSISSIPPIAN(9200) Mcclain County RIVA RIDGE 28X33-9-4 #3HC, April 28 2023 21 9N 4W SWSESESW API: 08722430 Lat: 35.233547723343875, Long: -97.62844585324953 FOURPOINT ENERGY LLC MU, AM, 20310 ft, WOODFORD(9130) Mcclain County RIVA RIDGE 28X33-9-4 …

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Enverus shows a slide in national oil and gas rig activity

  The most recent Enverus rig count echoed a Baker Hughes Co. report showing a decline in rig activity in Oklahoma and across the nation. The U.S. rig count had its high point at 812 during the week ended April 26, falling by three rigs from the previous week’s peak, according to Enverus Foundations data. …

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Crude oil prices and OK energy stocks suffered in Monday’s trading

  A dollar-a-barrel decline in crude oil prices Monday also took Oklahoma energy stocks down for the ride as some local stocks fell 5% and 6%. Crude oil’s drop came after news of weak economic data from China along with still lingering concerns of another U.S. interest rate hike. West Texas Intermediate crude dropped $1.12 …

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Rep. Cole—why the House overturned Biden’s lifting of foreign solar panel tariffs

  Oklahoma U.S. Rep. Tom Cole got straight to the point in explaining why he and other members of the House voted to overturn President Biden who tariffs on foreign solar panel manufacturers. “The United States cannot continue to ignore China’s unfair trade practices and sacrifice American manufacturing jobs on the altar of Green New …

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Australian company launches brine to lithium project in California

    Oklahoma City’s Galvanic Energy isn’t the only firm in the U.S. with plans to extract lithium from brine wells and manufacture the critical mineral needed for production of batteries for millions of electric vehicles. An Australian-based company, Controlled Thermal Resources, is exploring the same kind of project but in California, not southern Arkansas …

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Another hazardous chemical leak reported at Colorado’s Suncor refinery

  For the second time in the past month, the Suncor refinery in Commerce City, Colorado admitted there was a release of elevated levels of sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide into the adjacent neighborhood. It occurred Friday night and state health officials put out a warning over the weekend there emissions might exceed permitted levels …

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OGE expands Energy Saving Trees Program

  In honor of Earth Day and through an innovative collaboration with its longtime partner the Arbor Day Foundation, Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company (OG&E) recently donated 250 full-size trees and 900 seedlings to five communities throughout its service area in Oklahoma and western Arkansas. These tree-planting events highlighted the electric company’s commitment to environmental …

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Senators vote against Biden EPA plan to drive up cost of heavy-duty trucks

  Oklahoma U.S. Sen. James Lankford explained his recent vote in favor of Oklahoma heavy truck operators and businesses by voting to stop an EPA emissions rule regarding nitrogen oxide emissions from medium and heavy-duty commercial motor vehicles. “The price of everything is up because of the Biden policies and the dramatic overspending of our …

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What to expect of SandRidge Energy this year

  A new annual report to security holders of SandRidge Energy shows how far the Oklahoma City energy company has fallen over the course of its 17 year history. While SandRidge at one time had contractual obligations to drill more than 480 wells a year, now the firm is lucky to drill a handful of …

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