Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 4, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed (that’s me):


Another protest, another failure. Time to move along to another opportunity for failure.  Not kidding here:  These people actually started a ‘gofundme’ account on their Facebook page to raise “gas money” so they could drive their gasoline-powered cars up to Kansas.  They’re too dense to see the irony.: With Trans-Pecos Pipeline done, protests dwindle  via @HoustonChron

Yes, but it’ll feel like it does.: Natural gas oversupply will not last forever: Industry executives 

Steady Freddy.: #Oil prices steady as Libyan output rebounds  via @ReutersUK

There’s a shocker. Not.: U.S. #oil companies hiked capital spending late last year 

#Innovation.: Local business pioneers product to SOAK spills | Kilgore News Herald

Another Fake reason to stop progress.  So incredibly tiresome.: Attorneys for Dallas firm ETP’s Dakota Access pipeline face religious argument from tribes 

Cool.: Innovation Related To Hydraulic Fracturing Dominates Oil, Gas Patent Arena

Awesome: Cheniere Energy exports 100th LNG cargo 

Interesting: RAOUL PAL: ‘I think something really big is brewing in oil’  via @YahooFinance

Great idea.: This Non-OPEC Member Just Called For An Extension Of The OPEC Deal |  #oilprice

You think?: Deepwater Will Soon Challenge Shale |

Big-time #fakenews from a true fake news outlet called DeSmogBlog.  It is utterly idiotic to think that, less than a week oil begins flowing through the DAPL, all train transport of Bakken oil would have already ceased.  : Oil Now Flowing in Dakota Access Pipeline But Oil Trains to Remain on Tracks 

Ok, I feel better now.

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


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