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IOGsi RED TOP NEWS: WEEK #7, February 13, 2020

IOGsi Week #7, February 13, 2020 Highlights - There were 8 new Kansas drilling permits filed this past week with the Kansas Corporation Commission. Year to date total is 85, or 15 fewer new location filings in the first 7 weeks compared to last year (- 15%)--------------- Kansas Common crude prices pushed up slightly by 50¢ / bbl to $41.50 / bbl (+ 1%). Southcentral Kansas crude price settled at $43.25 / bbl and Eastern Kansas crude at $38.75 / bbl. --------------- The total number of active drilling rigs in Kansas (either moving to or on drill sites) dropped to 20 active rigs, compared to 21 a week ago (- 5%). A month ago, there were 22 active rigs (- 9%). This same time a year ago 33 rotary rigs were active in the State (- 43%). --------------- The Western Ranges of the State accounted for 70% of the total drilling activity this past week.

In other news, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Washington, D.C., expects the share of U.S. total utility-scale electricity generation from natural gas-fired power plants will remain relatively steady, it was 37% in 2019, and we forecast it will be 38% in 2020 and 37% in 2021. Electricity generation from renewable energy sources rises from a share of 17% last year to 19% in 2020 and 22% in 2021. The increase in the renewables share is the result of expected additions to wind and solar generating capacity. Coal’s forecast share of electricity generation falls from 24% in 2019 to 21% in both 2020 and 2021. The nuclear share of generation, which averaged slightly more than 20% in 2019 will be slightly less than 20% by 2021, consistent with upcoming reactor retirements.




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Common: $41.75 bbl
So. Central: $43.50 bbl
$39.00 bbl

*Price based on CVR Refining Posting for Kansas Crude as of 2/13/20


Panhandle Eastern Pipeline Co.
Feb: $1.41 MMBtu
Jan: $1.64 MMBtu
Dec: $1.96 MMBtu

Colo. Interstate Gas Co.
Feb: $1.64 MMBtu
Jan: $1.86 MMBtu
Dec: $2.29 MMBtu


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Current: 20
Week ago: 21 (-5%)
Month ago: 22 (-9%)
Year ago: 33 (-43%)

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