this is equal to a $0.87/Mcf gas price increase. Oklahoma gas prices in 1991 and 1992 averaged $1.47/Mcf and $1 ..... allowable with the other wells in that unit. Currently, Oklahoma gas wells in unallocated fields, such as the Cherokee area
A unit of Enable Midstream Partners LP, Oklahoma City, has awarded a contract to CB&I, Houston, for engineering and procurement of equipment and process modules for a new natural gas processing plant near Enable Midstream's 200-MMcfd Bradley cryogenic gas processing plant, currently under ...
Exterran Holdings, Houston, will join Woodford Express LLC, a subsidiary of Xplorer Midstream LLC, Oklahoma City, to build a 210-MMcfd natural gas processing plant at Woodford’s Grady County gas processing site in the south-central Oklahoma Oil Province shale play.
Caballo Energy LLC, Tulsa, has started up a 60-MMcfd gas processing plant near Carmen, Okla., in Alfalfa County, bringing Caballo’s total processing capacity in the region to about 100 MMcfd (OGJ Online, Sept. 18, 2012).
Western Frontier Pipeline LLC, a unit of Williams Cos. Inc., Tulsa, has applied to the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build a natural gas pipeline from Colorado to Oklahoma.
Oklahoma has enacted a natural gas prorationing law restricting sales from unallocated wells effective Mar. 24. Under the law, the production ceiling in November-February will be the greater of either 1 MMcfd or 40% of the well's calculated absolute open flow. During March-October, the production
stackable splitter, Level 6, three-lateral completion in an Oklahoma gas field provided greater initial production rates than single ..... seen being run in the hole and in a workshop, allowed an Oklahoma gas well to be completed with three Level 6 laterals that provide
finished installing underground civil and foundation packages for two 35,000 kw cogeneration units it is building for Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. at Conoco Inc.'s Ponca City, Okla., refinery. The plants will supply electricity to OG&E and process
It was to spend $365-470 million by expected plant start-up in late 2016. The Knox plant was to increase Oneok’s Oklahoma gas processing capacity to 900 MMcfd. Estimated costs included $175-240 million to build the plant and $190-230 million
related infrastructure in Grady and Stephens counties (OGJ Online, July 24, 2014). The Knox plant will increase Oneok's Oklahoma gas processing capacity to 900 MMcfd. It and the related infrastructure, including expansions and upgrades to the company