What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 10.9.2017

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for October 9, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

It was a pretty small “fall”.: Rig count falls as oil prices stagnate  via @houstonchron

Cool.: Here’s why Trump’s ‘very significant’ decision on Iran in the week ahead could rattle the oil markets 

Markets are good.: U.S. Now Exporting as Much Oil as Some Gulf Countries  via @WSJ

Use more natural gas.: Luminant to Close 1,800-MW Coal-Fired Monticello Power Plant

Mixed? Ok.: Oil prices mixed after OPEC signals possible further action to cut output 

Yep.  But not for long.: Oil producers shut in 92 percent of Gulf of Mexico output ahead of Hurricane Nate  via @HoustonChron

Fracking says “You’re welcome!”: Eagle Ford Shale fuels $50 billion in Corpus Christi port projects  @expressnews

Justice prevails.: Jury convicts activist who targeted North Dakota pipeline  via @expressnews

Resilience: Exxon says Beaumont refinery back at normal operations post Harvey 

Good to know.: Drilling activity increases in southeast Oklahoma

Great news for America.: Kinder Morgan’s Utica Marcellus Texas Project Gets FERC nod  via @zacksresearch @Nasdaq

Headlines we never saw during the Obama Admin.: EPA launches industry partnership program for regulating 

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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