Monthly Archive: January 2016

Crude Ends Week on the Positive Side

Crude oil prices ended the week on an up note Friday. March West Texas Intermediate crude added 40 cents to settle at $33.62 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. March Brent crude settled at $34.74 a barrel after adding 85 cents on the London …

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CenterPoint Energy Reinvests in Enable Midstream Partners

CenterPoint Energy is using money it made from Enable Midstream Partners to reinvest into the Oklahoma company. CenterPoint made the announcement Friday.
The deal regards the early redemption of $363 million of notes payable to CenterPoint Energy Reso…

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Permits to Drill February 1 2016

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Hamm’s Still Predicting a Rebound of Oil Prices in 2016

Oilman Harold Hamm remains bullish on the oil and gas industry, repeating his prediction that the future still looks bright for the industry and prices will rebound later this year. He first made the prediction earlier in the month during an interview …

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Governor Asks for Federal Diaster Declaration Over December Storms

Whether they were working the wind farms of northwestern Oklahoma, the oil and gas fields throughout the state or even the coal-producing areas of southeastern Oklahoma, workers felt the cold brunt of the winter storms that included ice, sleet, snow an…

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Governor Asks for Federal Diaster Declaration Over December Storms

Whether they were working the wind farms of northwestern Oklahoma, the oil and gas fields throughout the state or even the coal-producing areas of southeastern Oklahoma, workers felt the cold brunt of the winter storms that included ice, sleet, snow an…

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Completion reports Feb. 1, 2016

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Anemic Oil and Gas Rig Count Grows Weaker

With oil prices hovering around the $33 a barrel mark late in the week, the nation’s oil and gas producers are quickly backing off drilling efforts as the nation lost another 18 rigs in the past week, tumbling to a total of 619 still in the fields. Okl…

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Lankford says President’s Re-interpretation of Old Law Demands Supreme Court Ruling

One member of Congress who supports the U.S. Supreme Court challenge of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan is U.S. Senator James Lankford.
“When I look at the Clean Power Plan, this is the administration looking back at a 40-…

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Lankford says President’s Re-interpretation of Old Law Demands Supreme Court Ruling

One member of Congress who supports the U.S. Supreme Court challenge of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan is U.S. Senator James Lankford.
“When I look at the Clean Power Plan, this is the administration looking back at a 40-year o…

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