What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 4.18.2017

Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 17, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

 

Holy cow.: May US Shale Oil Output Seen Rising Most In Over 2 Years  |  Rigzone  via @rigzone

Good analysis here.: Sorry Mr. Trump, China Rejecting N. Korea Shipments Won’t Save American Coal via @forbes

No surprise here.: #Oil prices fall on expected surge in US shale output 

USGS Haynesville/Bossier Resource Estimate Decimates The Notion Of “Peak Gas” via @forbes  #oil #fracking #gas

Today’s Big Deal.: Blackstone to buy EagleClaw Midstream for about $2 billion  via @Reuters

Streamlining: Conoco’s oil sands, gas asset sales slash output back to 2002 levels 

If you don’t read @RRapier, you are missing out.: Why U.S. Crude Oil Imports Are Rising via @forbes

A profitable transition.: Once producing for golf courses, operation transforming into large frac sand mine 

Interesting analysis: Producers in shale’s most desirable locale are ready for a grim oil market.  via @bfly

Go figure.: OPEC sees a world that still has too much oil  via @bfly

Better late than never.: Asia to soak up global LNG glut, but not until 2020 

Self-inflicted wounds.: Saudis to shelve projects worth ‘billions of dollars’ as cheap oil bites via @oilprocom

That’s all for today.  Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas.