Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for November 21, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
Good question, but at least we get to ask it.: With Route Approval In Place, What Next For Keystone XL Pipeline? via @forbes
Sad consequence of energy progress.: Layoffs on way as grid operator approves coal plant closures via @HoustonChron
Well, of course they do.: Keystone XL Foes Want to Turn Nebraska Win Into a Court Loss via @technology
Caution’s a good thing.: Oil steadies as caution sets in ahead of OPEC meeting
That would be all kinds of awesome.: WTI Oil Price To Surge On Correction To Overstatement Of EIA Production Estimates Per DEPA?
A little Thanksgiving gift.: Fuel prices dip ahead of Thanksgiving travel via @houstonchron
Good piece from @jenniferhiller here: The Eagle Ford Shale is back, kind of via @expressnews
The lawyers representing these naive Tribes are making a killing pursuing these losing causes. Very sad.: Tribes make renewed push for pipeline protections via @BrownsvilleNews
Very, very cool.: Houston Museum of Natural Science Opens High-Tech New Energy Hall / via @TexasMonthly
#Fracking says “You’re Welcome, America!”: EIA report shows CO2 emissions had record decrease in 2015 – via @Shareaholic
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