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Logan County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion


Logan County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion

Oil & gas discussion group for those interested in Logan County, OK. Share your experience regarding lease bonus, royalty rates, drilling activity, and oil & gas news.


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Logan County OK Oil & Gas Permits

Started by Dave Thompson. Last reply by Clint Liles 23 hours ago. 137 Replies

Post, discuss and share information related to Logan County Oil & Gas permits in the replies below.Thank you to Clint Liles for championing the effort to keep us all up to date.Continue

Oil spill

Started by Verna Vaughan-Thayer. Last reply by Robert Brian yesterday. 9 Replies

We had a blow-out of oil in 17n3w9 yesterday there is oil all over the pasture and roadway.  My question is who to report this to.  The smell last night was terrible.Continue

Section 25 18N-2W

Started by Ron Mackey. Last reply by Laurah Kilbourn on Saturday. 5 Replies

Does anyone have any word about drilling in this section?Continue

Agreement to open oil spigot for Navajo landholders

Started by John Hawk on Thursday. 0 Replies

By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff WriterUPDATED: Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 3:19 pmPUBLISHED: Thursday, February…Continue

Keywords: Texas, NewMexico, mancos, Colorado, NorthDakota

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Comment by Harley Baade 9 hours ago


Glad it worked for you.

I found Vitrol by first getting a list of Form 300R's for 01/2014. Then I started calling up the pdf files and scrolling down the list for your well PUN numbers. The lists seem to be rather organized with the first 3 numbers in the API number as well as the PUN. Fortunately Vitrol was about the fifth one. Else I would have given up at some point.

I cannot say if Devon will start selling to someone else. At so point the infor will come up on the Gross Production System. That system shows the  purchaser of both oil and gas. I believe gas is reported on Form 1004. Have been unable to find the reports for my well which is operated by Slawson rather than Devon.

Others have compained that the OCC is slow to Scan Document Images. I have not found that to be the case. I think some of our fellow commenting folks are a little bit tied to the past. But, I only know the little window relateed to my interests in 17N3W.

Comment by Todd 10 hours ago
Thank you Mr Baade I just tried it from my phone and it worked awesome!! Thank u very much. Will the purchaser code change? And if so how did u find it (Vitrol inc.)
Comment by Harley Baade 10 hours ago


I just tried again from iPhone and the pdf came up fairly quickly using 4G here in Houston

Comment by Harley Baade 10 hours ago


Actually probably better to click on link from your home desktop computer because the resulting file is a fairly large pdf file that you will need to scroll down till you find your PUN numbers. Never the less, I find all the infor I need without the old Oracle thing. You should be able to find February numbers soon. Not sure when Vitrol's report gets scanned. The Phillips 66 report which has Slawson's wells gets filed and scanned around mid month.

Comment by Martha McMorries 10 hours ago

EIA 4/14/2014 report on LNG used to power railroad locomotives. If so, railway companies will be continuous end users of LNG for many decades.


Comment by Harley Baade 11 hours ago


The link has zero to do with the Oracle program.

I clicked on the link from my iPhone just now and it works perfectly.

Form= 300R

Production Date = 01/2014

Purchaser # =22580

Comment by Todd 11 hours ago
Thank you Mr Baade I'll check it out this evening when I get home, my iPhone and the occ website don't jive very well I have a old laptop I dug out of the junk closet with windows xp it will run the oracle program. Just have to let the old thing warm up for an hour first thanks again.
Comment by Tim West 12 hours ago

Report to corporation commission .  They handle all of this.

Comment by Harley Baade 14 hours ago

Slawson Engineering describes as a minor tank overflow.

Comment by ronald von wilson 14 hours ago

We had a blow-out of oil in 17n3w9 yesterday (04-14-2014)there is oil all over the pasture and roadway.  My question is who to report this to.  The smell last night was terrible.

I thought there was no more blow-outs expected in Oklahoma atall? I thought they were discontinued after Wild Mary blew her stack in 1938? I thought they were not allowed. I thought geologists said ... etc etc etc


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