Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 3, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Why yes, yes it is.: The Oil And Gas Situation: Remarkably Strong And Stable, For Now via @forbes

New drinking game: Drink a shot if CNBC uses either “weighing” or “looming” in its oil price story headline.: Oil inches up, but rising Russian output still weighs 

No surprise here.: EIA: US Crude Oil Production Rose Slightly In January 

The fun begins.: Chinese tariffs, including oil pipe, go into effect  via @HoustonChron

That’s a heck of a note.: Energy Transfer Says ‘Cyber Attack’ Shut Pipeline Data System  via @technology

Oh, this should work out well.: Fracking activist tries to gauge power plant emissions via @monitornews

Good. It’s nothing but a nuisance effort. We need more of this kind of government action.: Investors stunned over oil producer’s climate-change exemption

Yyyyyyyyyyyyep.: Saudi Arabia may be angling to diversify but oil is still king 

Gigantic news that U.S. news media will do its best to ignore.: Saudi crown prince recognizes Israel’s right to exist, talks up future ties  via @timesofisrael

No kidding.: Lawsuits are a poor way to address climate change 

What a concept!: El Paso utility to use tax cuts to lower rates. Will CenterPoint follow?  via @houstonchron

No need to worry since this will never happen.: Dallas-to-Houston high-speed rail plan will make Texas’ I-35 corridor a loser, competitor says 


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

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