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Thursday, September 24
** Amazon  and Global Optimism announced that Best Buy, McKinstry, Real Betis, Schneider Electric, and Siemens have joined The Climate Pledge, a commitment to be net-zero carbon by 2040—a decade ahead of the Paris... Read More

Texas Railroad Commission exceeds state’s annual goal for plugging abandoned wells

Thursday, September 24
  For the fourth straight year the Railroad Commission of Texas has exceeded its performance target of plugging abandoned oil and gas wells throughout the state. With the fiscal year ending on Aug. 31, the... Read More

Deputies investigate ‘accidental fall’ death at Texas wind farm

Thursday, September 24
  A worker fell to his death from a wind farm in West Texas. Tom Green County deputies say it happened Tuesday at a Christoval wind farm in Tom Green County. The worker, Aaron Scott... Read More

$856 million in notes offered by Ascent Resources

Thursday, September 24
  Ascent Resources Utica Holdings, LLC announced this week that nearly $856 million of its Senior notes offered by the firm were tendered. The $855.6 million in outstanding 10% Senior Notes due 2022 were... Read More

Ovintiv to resume drilling in Oklahoma’s STACK

Thursday, September 24
  Oklahoma’s drilling activity is still in a deep recession but this week, Houston’s Ovintiv Mid-Continent Inc. applied for and won a permit to do more drilling in the STACK... Read More

Cold weather is headed south with impact on natural gas output

Thursday, September 24
  The cool blast Oklahoma is expecting next week and the following week will have an impact on the output of natural gas. Not just in Oklahoma but across the U.S. Data provide Refinitv... Read More

Oil execs believe oil production has peaked in this country

Thursday, September 24
  A Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas survey of U.S. energy executives shows about two-thirds of them believe crude oil production has peaked in the U.S. The survey results, released this week... Read More

NASA chief warns Congress about Chinese space station

Thursday, September 24
      NASA chief Jim Bridenstine told lawmakers Wednesday it was crucial for the US to maintain a presence in Earth’s orbit after the International Space Station is decommissioned so that China... Read More

Permits to drill for September 23, 2020

Thursday, September 24
Permits to drill issued on September 23, 2020. Cimarron County HANES TRUST #2-15, September 23 2020 15 3N 9E CSWNW API: 02521080 Lat: 36.72808465278412, Long: -102.08376057116995 T AND L OIL INC SH... Read More