Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for January 15, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
No surprise here.: U.S. drillers add most oil rigs in a week since June: Baker Hughes
It won’t dip for long.: Oil dips away from 2014 highs on rising US rig count, but analysts say market supported
No one could have seen this coming. Oh, wait…: Steep utility fees are killing electric-car charging stations via @GreenBiz
Those nasty pressures.: Oil’s path to $70 defied pressures that still threaten prices via @markets
Some of those majors aren’t really all that efficient, are they?: As oil majors move into Permian, cool efficiency replaces passion and guts via @HoustonChron
#Fracking says “You’re welcome, Midland!”: Midland Oil Business Grows; Moving Companies Reaping the Benefit via @San Angelo LIVE!
It’s a heck of a boom.: North American midstream companies to update outlooks amid construction boom
What could possibly go wrong?: GM plans to release cars with no steering wheel in 2019 via @engadget
Yyyyyyyyyyyyep.: Craddick: When it comes to NAFTA, mend it. Don’t end it. via @HoustonChron
You had me at “bogus”.: De Blasio’s bogus war on fossil fuels via @nypost
That’s all for today. Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today.