Monthly Archive: September 2017

ConocoPhillips Wraps up Texas Panhandle Assets Sale

The $184 million sale of its assets in the Texas Panhandle by ConocoPhillips has been finalized according to an announcement by the Houston-based company.

The identity of the buyer was not disclosed when ConocoPhillips made the original announcement in August and it remains undisclosed. The sale was part of the company’s more than $16 …

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Inhofe Credits Trump Administration With Money-Saving Energy Steps

In a speech on the floor of the Senate, Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe went after the media and at the same time defended the Trump administration saying some of the needless rules and regulations created by the Obama administration have been reversed.

“Some regulations and agency processes have a purpose and are important, …

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Oklahoma’s Rig Count Slips while National Count Grows

While the U.S. added to its weekly oil and gas rig count, Oklahoma’s count dropped by three to hit 124, according to figures from Baker Hughes Company.

The latest oil and gas rig count report showed the national count is at 940 which showed an increase in oil rigs where the count is up …

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Completion Reports October 2, 2017


CANADIAN COUNTY Cimarex Energy Co 3 14N 10W Cana Swd 3-3, July 23, 2017 SH, DISP, TD: 7571 ft Lat: 35.71378, Long: -98.25427 API: 35017249730000

CREEK COUNTY Gibson Les Bartlesville: 2 14N 9E Warhorse 2, July 14, 2017 SH, DISP, TD: 3197 …

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$2 million Fine Leveled Against Tyson Poultry in Fish Kill

Tyson Poultry will pay a $2 million fine over a chemical dumping incident that happened three years ago at its Monett, Missouri operation and resulted in a fish kill.

The company pleaded guilty recently in federal court in Springfield, Missouri to a federal misdemeanor charge of violating the Clean Water Act. The Joplin …

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Oil Futures Down on Thursday But Stay Afloat Over $51 a Barrel

Oil futures retreated on Thursday after a climb in the previous session but managed to keep some of the positive momentum, according to Bloomberg MarketWatch.

West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery fell by 58 cents, or 1.1%, to settle at $51.56 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

November Brent crude, the …

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Completion Reports September 29, 2017


BEAVER COUNTY Strat Land Exploration Company Douglas (tonkawa): Gas 2 Pump Lansing Kansas City(6770): Oil 3 Pump Mississippian Chester(8330): Gas 4 Pump 10 1N 25E Beegle (Beegle 1) 1-10 Re, August 08, 2017 SH, OIL, TD: 8500 ft Lat: 36.56724, Long: -100.34621 API: 35007230670001

Strat Land Exploration Company Douglas (tonkawa): Gas 2 Pump Lansing …

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Permits to Drill September 29, 2017


Grant County GLENDA #1-14, September 28 2017 14 26N 8W NWNWNWNW API: 05323458 Lat: 36.73808155809502, Long: -98.03699385246688 UNION VALLEY PETROLEUM CORP SH, DR, 6175 ft, OSWEGO 4930 6(WILCOX), RED FORK(5100), MISSISSIPPI CHAT(5290), MISSISSIPPI SOLID(5310), MISENER(5950)

Kingfisher County HUEY 1806 #1-9MH, …

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Kansas Regulators Approve Disposal Well in Flint Hills

Opponents of a proposed waste disposal well in the Kansas Flint Hills have lost their fight after the Kansas Corporation Commission this week approved the plans of an oil company.

The KCC issued an order that concluded the opponents failed to prove and show “immediate danger to public health, safety or welfare” due to …

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Wind Supporters Rip Legislator and OCPA for ‘Economic Suicide’


Wind supporters in Oklahoma are attacking those who want to remove certain tax exemptions for the industry, saying in effect they have put up the “Keep Out” sign to investors.

Jeff Clark, executive director of the Wind Coalition responded to a Wednesday news conference held by Norman Rep. Mark McBride and the Oklahoma …

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