What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 3.21.2017

public domain drilling rig
public domain drilling rig

Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for March 21, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed (that’s me):


New question:  Who will pay for the costs of policing and cleaning up after the irresponsible protesters, who left behing 2,000 cubic yards of trash, large volumes of human waste, 44 abandoned vehicles, and at least a dozen orphaned dogs.:  A New Controversy Rises As Oil Begins To Flow Through Dakota Access Pipeline via @forbes  #DAPL #oil #energy

Good piece here.: #Shale Shock: How to Use America’s #Energy Market as a Foreign Policy Tool  #oil #gas #fracking

But for how long?: Drilling permits suggest industry is recovering  #oil #energy #fracking

Here we go again.: #Oil prices climb on talk that #OPEC could extend supply cut

Those threats will keep coming.: Company: Dakota Access pipeline on track, despite “threats”  via @expressnews #DAPL

#GodBlessTexas.: This Texas oilfield is messing with OPEC  via @CNNMoney

Awesome. A recovering #oil industry says, ‘you’re welcome.’: Texas job growth accelerates 

It’s always something.: The Single Biggest Threat To An OPEC Deal Extension | OilPrice.com  #oilprice

Oh, my.: Shell’s plan to fight slumping #oil prices: Make deep-water drilling less extravagant.  via @WSJ

#Competition.: Opec and Russia risk a lost decade as shale revolution spreads  via @telebusiness

Good analysis here.: The Importance Of U.S. Oil And Natural Gas Exports via @forbes

Yeah, I will.: You Won’t Believe What Saudi Arabia’s Production Cost Is

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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