Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for January 31, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed (that’s me):

Many of us have known that Russia was pouring money into the anti-fracking movement in the U.S. since about 2010.  Newsweek is just now catching on.  No wonder that magazine is no longer able to put out a print issue.: Intel: Putin is funding the anti-fracking campaign | Opinion

Should be required reading in every school in America.: Meltdown at the #EPA

#GodBlessTexas.: #Texas was the nation’s top electricity user in 2015

#Innovation.: The laser that could solve $30 billion methane problem in #oil field via @mySA

Well, of course they don’t.: #IEA does not foresee #oil demand peaking soon, Birol says via @Reuters

Thanks, #Fracking!: Enterprise Products plans new facility in Mont Belvieu

A Good Start: #OPEC achieves 82 percent of pledged oil output cut in January: Reuters survey via @Reuters

Promise?: Analysts see #oil prices rising as #OPEC production cut bears fruit via @WSJ

Cool.: Why #Keystone XL Is Already a Boon to American Workers | #oil #oilandgas #energy #fracking

Better late than never.: U.S. Senate advances nomination of Tillerson as Secretary of State via @Reuters

Crying #Climatefrauds: #Trump Has EPA Employees ‘Coming To Work In Tears’ via @dailycaller

Well, that just stinks.: Our Cars Could Soon Be Powered By Human Waste | #oilprice



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


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