What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 4.11.2017


Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 11, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed (that’s me):


Bad sign here.  This means that companies are leaving more and more wells in their ‘drilled but not completed inventory.’  That inventory will beging to flood the market with new oil once the price reaches a certain higher level.: #Texas oil and gas drilling climbs in March, but well completions slip via @Reuters

Awesome.: Enterprise Products to build new pipeline from Permian to Houston

In a word, NO.: Is peak oil demand for real? 

Fear premium returns.: #Oil eases from 5-week top, rising US production weighs 

And the fear grows.: #Oil Caps Longest Gain This Year as Biggest Libyan Field Halts  via @business

No surprise here.: Fast growth of sand mining is ‘real deal’ after oil bust  via @HoustonChron

Dumbest law on the books.: How the Jones Act drives up the cost of food and gasoline for millions of Americans 

Doesn’t take much.: Summer may still be a few months away but oil investors are already getting their hopes up 

A smelly load of horse manure here: More Subsidies than You Think Influence the Cost of Electricity  via @EDFEnergyEX

That’s the deal, all right.: Pipeline built to survive extremes can’t bear the slow flow of oil  via @business

Cool.: Wall St. Gears Up For The World’s Biggest Oil Trade | OilPrice.com  #oilprice

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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