What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 1.10.2018

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for January 10, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

No surprise here at all.:  Florida Politics Overrule DOI’s OCS 5-year Plan – We’ve Seen This Story Before via @forbes

Why yes, yes they could.: Oil and gas deals in the Permian Basin could heat up in 2018 

Sounds like a plan.: U.S. oilfield service firms dust off IPO plans as crude prices surge 

With any luck, yes.: Could a backlash keep self-driving cars from having a chance?  via @HoustonChron

That’s a lot of oil.: US oil output to average 10.27 million b/d in 2018, 10.85 million b/d in 2019: EIA

This is a very interesting statistic. People should pay attention to it.: Texas issues 12 percent fewer oil, gas drilling permits in December

Last year’s market favored the downstream.: Oil Refinery Stocks Are Up 30% @themotleyfool

Thanks, Obama Administration!: Gulf oil output increases, but exploration dwindles  via @expressnews

Cool!: Anadarko in talks for supplying LNG to China`  via @houstonchron

#GodBlessTexas.: Dallas Fed: Texas job growth will rebound to 3 percent this year 

Expansion is good.: Enterprise Products expanding NGL facilities in Houston and Permian  via @houstonchron

That’s like claiming that Bears like to eat fish. It sort of goes without saying, doesn’t it?: Exxon claims California climate change hypocrisy  via @CNNMoney

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

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