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Completion reports for January 28, 2022

Saturday, January 29
BLAINE COUNTY Bricktown Energy Llc 11 16N 11W Blackbird 3-14h, December 10, 2021 SH, PLUG, TD: 1486 ft Lat: 35.87065, Long: -98.34425 API: 35011240020000 Bricktown Energy Llc 11 16N 11W Blackbird 2... Read More

Permits to drill for January 28, 2022

Saturday, January 29
Ellis County CECILIA 36/1 CN #1H, January 28 2022 25 20N 26W NESWSESW API: 04523854 Lat: 36.17409041674264, Long: -99.92937483798816 MEWBOURNE OIL COMPANY HH, DR, 19676 ft, CHEROKEE(9320) Grady County NISWONGER #1... Read More

Senators urge EPA to reverse small refinery biofuel targets

Saturday, January 29
  Oklahoma U.S. Sens. James Lankford and Jim Inhofe were among 15 Republican Senators who recently wrote the EPA urging it to reconsider its plan to deny all 65 small refinery exemption petitions under... Read More

Crude made a slight rebound on Friday and some OK energy stocks did the same

Friday, January 28
Accessibility statementSkip to main cont Crude oil prices managed a weak rebound on Friday as overseas oil settled above the $90 price. Oklahoma energy sources didn’t have the same kind of day. West... Read More

Supreme Court asked to declare OGE financing method “unconstitutional”

Friday, January 28
  The Oklahoma Supreme Court has a potential problem when it comes to challenges to the ratepayer-backed bonds that might be used to pay for the financing method Oklahoma Gas & Electric intends to... Read More

Oil and gas rig numbers grow in Oklahoma and the U.S.

Friday, January 28
  For a second consecutive week, Oklahoma’s oil and gas rig count increased in the past week as did the number across the U.S. Oklahoma’s count grew by one to... Read More

EV growth to be a highway tax challenge for Kansas

Friday, January 28
  The growth of electric vehicles has posed a challenge in Kansas. How will the state find the money to maintain and repair its roads and highways since money won’t be spent at... Read More

Tribes split $10.4 million in federal Tribal Transit Grants

Friday, January 28
  Seven Oklahoma Indian tribes are among three dozen nationally that will split more than $10 million in Tribal Transit Grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration. One of... Read More

Whoops! New Mexico governor’s hydrogen push stalled in legislature

Friday, January 28
  New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s efforts to turn her state into a leader of hydrogen projects has run into a delay in the legislature. Lawmakers tabled a bill she supports to... Read More

Oklahoma trade office proposed in Taiwan

Friday, January 28
  An Oklahoma legislator says it’s time Oklahoma created a trade office in Taiwan, even as the country faces a threatened invasion by communist China. Click here for McCarville Report... Read More