Monthly Archive: April 2015

Wynnewood Refinery Operator First Quarter Net Income Drops

The company which owns refineries in Wynnewood and Coffeyville, Kansas, reported net income decreased during the first quarter of 2015 when compared with the same time period last year. CVR Energy’s profit was $54.9 million or 63-cents a diluted share….

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Supply News Fuels Oil Price Gains on Thursday

Wednesday’s report that oil supplies at Cushing’s storage facilities experienced a draw down led to buyers coming to the market on Thursday. June West Texas Intermediate on the New York Mercantile Exchange gained $1.05 to end trade at $59.63 a barrel. …

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Completion Reports May 1 2015

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Permits To Drill May 1 2015

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Huge Improvements from Drought in Large Part of Western Oklahoma

As the saying goes, ” a picture is worth a thousand words” and the picture of the latest Drought Monitor report for Oklahoma compared to 3 weeks ago is simply short of amazing following last week’s heavy rains in the western part of the state.
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Sierra Club is Critical of Governor’s Order Against EPA

The head of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Sierra Club takes issue with Governor Mary Fallin’s executive order issued this week stating that Oklahoma will not file a state implementation plan for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan…

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State Leaders Blast Ozone Rules in U.S. House Hearing

Two state leaders from Oklahoma told a U.S. House subcommittee hearing this week the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed stricter ozone standards would be harmful to rural areas of Oklahoma and the nation. Testimony from Corporation Commissioner…

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State Leades Blast Ozone Rules in U.S. House Hearing

Two state leaders from Oklahoma told a U.S. House subcommittee hearing this week the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed stricter ozone standards would be harmful to rural areas of Oklahoma and the nation. Testimony from Corporation Commis…

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State Leades Blast Ozone Rules in U.S. House Hearing

Two state leaders from Oklahoma told a U.S. House subcommittee hearing this week the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed stricter ozone standards would be harmful to rural areas of Oklahoma and the nation. Testimony from Corporation Commissioner…

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House Energy Committee Blasts EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin and other members of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee say the Environmental Protection Agency’s pending power plant rule threatens the American Dream. It’s what the committee said in an announcem…

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