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Completion reports for April 18, 2019

Completion reports filed on April 18, 2019. HUGHES COUNTY Trinity Operating (usg) Llc Woodford(5033): Gas 3454 Water 3913 Flow5 6N 10E Bertha 4-32/29h, November 22, 2018 HH, GAS, TD: 12270 ft Lat: 35.02583, Long: -96.27556 API: 35063248060000 Trinity Operating (usg) Llc Woodford(5131): Gas 2340 Water 4065 Flow5 6N 10E Bertha 2-32/29h, December 01, 2018 HH, GAS, TD: 15117 ft …

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Permits to drill for April 18, 2019

Permits to drill issued on April 18, 2019. Dewey CountyPUTNAM OSWEGO UNIT #1-34H, April 18 2019 34 16N 15W SESWNWNE API: 04323699 Lat: 35.823638681826814, Long: -98.78168147093284 BLAKE PRODUCTION COMPANY INC HH, DR, 14713 ft, OSWEGO(9395) Ellis CountyGRAYLING 21X16-18-26 #1HA, April 18 2019 09 18N 26W SWSWSWSW API: 04523794 Lat: 36.04341831952543, Long: -99.98758351643512 …

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Governor signs bill increasing turnpike speed limit to 80 mph

Speed limits on Oklahoma turnpikes will soon be 80 miles an hour while some state highway limits will be increased to 75 miles an hour under a bill signed into law by Governor Kevin Stitt on Thursday. Rep. Daniel Pae, R-Lawton, is the House author of House Bill 1071. Sen. …

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ConocoPhillips sells United Kingdom subsidiaries in $2.6 billion deal

The sale of two United Kingdom subsidiaries of ConocoPhillips for $2.675 billion was announced Thursday. The buyer is Chrysaor E and P Limited, a firm that describes itself as “UK’s leading North Sea independent oil and gas company.” Chrysaor’s website says the firm has interests in 5 of the 10 …

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Tulsa to observe Earth Day with national Sierra Club leader

Earth Day will be observed Saturday in Tulsa with ceremonies at the Guthrie Green, an internationally recognized urban park. Sierra Club Executive Director Mike Brune will keynote the celebration at the park that utilizes geo-thermal wells, solar panels and satellite programming. “I’m thrilled to participate in Tulsa’s 2019 Earth Day …

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OERB’s 1st Technology Forum of 2019 to be Thursday in OKC

  The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board and its Sustaining Oklahoma Energy Resources program will hold their first technology forum on Thursday in Oklahoma City. “We have 100 registered to attend,” said Dara McBee, Communications Director at OERB. “It’s a forum designed by marginal well producers for marginal well producers.” The …

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Ozone Alert Day Season kickoff in central Oklahoma

The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) is kicking off its Ozone Alert Day Season this week. And it comes as the agency expressed concerns the region will “likely violate federal air quality standards this year,” according to a news release. Eric W. Pollard, Clean Cities Manager at OCOG explained …

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Energy companies lose bid in Free Speech fight with New Mexico newspaper

  A federal judge in New Mexico has ruled three energy companies in a First Amendment fight with a newspaper cannot transfer a lawsuit to federal bankruptcy court. Judge Kenneth R. Gonzales ruled against the attempts of Westmoreland Coal Company, BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal, Inc. and Public Service Company …

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Supreme court slams State regulators in Dobson Telephone case

  The gavel came down hard this week as the State Supreme Court handed a victory to Dobson Telephone Company in McLoud in a nearly 5-year old fight with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. And in doing so, the Court scolded the Commission for its 2-1 vote and denial of Dobson’s …

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Oklahoma legislators have ‘stars’ in their eyes

OK, OK, OK—we know there are many more important things for state legislators to be doing.  But they did it anyway. They passed a bill designating the Rosette Nebula as Oklahoma’s astronomical object. All it needs is the governor’s signature. House Bill 1292 passed the Senate on a 31-12 vote. …

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