Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for January 16, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
End of an era.: Shell’s planned exit is the latest step in its gradual retreat from the region via @WSJ
Looks like winning.: What Record Oil Production In The Permian Basin Looks Like via @forbes
What, no “looming threats” to obsess about?: Oil prices near three-year highs, supported by healthy demand
Jobs, jobs, jobs.: Boom! Oil field Services Company is Moving Operations to San Angelo via @San Angelo LIVE!
#HorizontalDrilling says “You’re Welcome, America!”: These days, oil and gas companies are super-sizing their well pads via @PittsburghPG
No surprise here.: New report says Nova Scotia has onshore shale gas potential
Maybe so, maybe no.: Will U.S. shale ruin the oil party (again)? – KXLY
That’ll placate the greens for awhile.: Shell to take big stake in Silicon Ranch
A headline we could have seen anytime in the last 20 years.: Putin is mounting sly, self serving attacks on American science
Awesome. The more, the better.: AMP adds CNG station in TX via @TankTransporter
It just won’t be going very far.: A Fully Solar-Powered Car May Be Hitting the Road by 2019 via @Futurism
That’s all for today. Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today.