Monthly Archive: March 2015

Apex Orders Siemens Turbines for Kay County Project

Apex Clean Energy has ordered 130 wind turbines from Siemens for a Kay County wind farm project. The turbines are expected to be installed this year with operations scheduled to begin sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.
Apex is building the w…

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San Diego Company Hired to Operate Oklahoma Wind Farm

A San Diego company has landed the contract to operate a wind farm being built in Beaver County. D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments, L.L.C. (DESRI) has hired EDF Renewable Services to operate and manage the 300 megawatt Balk Wind Project in the Oklahoma P…

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Kansas Oil and Gas Tax Collections Fail to Meet Expectations

The State of Kansas said it had an increase in individual income tax receipts, but it was offset by losses in oil and gas revenues. March tax receipts in Kansas ended $11.2 million below expectations.
Breaking down the categories, the Kansas Departmen…

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Completion Reports April 1 2015

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Permits to Drill April 1 2015

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Optimism for a Deal with Iran Pushes Crude Lower Again Tuesday

Crude prices lost ground again on Tuesday thanks in large part to optimism over the Iranian nuclear talks. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate for May delivery lost $1.08 to end trade at $47.60 a barrel. May Brent crude lost $1…

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Earthquake Lawsuits Gain Attraction

Even as the Kansas Corporation Commission has called those earthquakes occurring next to the Oklahoma state line an immediate health hazard, the quakes are attracting more lawsuits and more national attention. The Wall Street Journal reported this wee…

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State Gasoline Prices Hit $2.26 Average

The average price per gallon for gasoline is only about a penny more than it was last week in Oklahoma, reaching a new statewide average of $2.26a gallon, according to AAA Oklahoma’s Fuel Gauge report.
“Oklahoma’s statewide pump price for self-s…

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State Gasoline Prices Hit $2.26 Average

The average price per gallon for gasoline is only about a penny more than it was last week in Oklahoma, reaching a new statewide average of $2.26a gallon, according to AAA Oklahoma’s Fuel Gauge report.
“Oklahoma’s statewide pump price for self-serve r…

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Chaparral Slashes Budget and Drilling Operations

Oklahoma City-based Chaparral Energy announced major financial steps taken Tuesday, in light of falling crude oil prices, slashing its budget by 76% and going from 10-drilling rigs to one for the remainder of 2015.
Mark A. Fischer, Chairman, CEO…

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