Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for January 11, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
Highs are good.: Oil reaches multi-year highs despite signs of overheated market
For some reason, though, New Yorkers plan to keep buring natural gas to heat their homes and provide 40% of their electricity. Go figure.: New York City suing major oil companies over global warming
Crude stocks keep falling.: U.S. crude stocks drop, fuel inventories up: EIA
No surprise in any of this.: Oil industry slams Zinke for closing Florida waters to offshore drilling
That’s a lot of gas.: Williams Partners’ Transco Pipeline Sets Gas Delivery Record via @zacksresearch @Nasdaq
Well, of course they are.: Drill, baby, drill: Local fishermen OK with oil, gas activity | Port Arthur News
ummm…what war?: Citi says Trump and war could help drive oil to $80 via @markets
No, but thanks for asking.: Are we headed for another oil shock? via @MotherJones
Why yes, yes it is.: Weinstein: Offshore drilling good for jobs, global position via @HoustonChron
This is news? Of course they were.: Most power plants retired in last ten years were powered by fossil fuel – via @Shareaholic
Magic 8-Ball says “probably not.”: Power Companies Got a Tax Cut. Will Your Bill Reflect It?
That’s all for today. Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today.