What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 11.14.2017

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for November 14, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Well, that de-escalated quickly.: The GE-Baker Hughes Romance May Be Ending After a 4-Month Run  via @technology

Well, no, of course they aren’t.: Are Electric Cars As Clean As They Seem? | OilPrice.com  #oilprice

That’s disappointing.: Oil prices fall as energy watchdog cuts demand forecast and US output rises 

When the price of crude is up 15% in 3 months, it’s really not that unusual.: Fuel prices continue unusual seasonal rise  @houstonchron

No real surprise here. US Energy Dominance in action.: US will become a net oil exporter within 10 years, says IEA 

Proving again that you can pay for a “study” to “find” literally anything you want.: Study finds Texas’s annual risk of extreme rainfall will rise from 1 to 18 percent  via @physorg_com

Awesome news: CNPC, Cheniere sign long-term LNG deal – via Kallanish Energy

Much-needed capacity.: Pipeline project to boost Oklahoma production 

For once, an OPEC policy that is worth defending.: OPEC defends oil policy ahead of crucial meeting  via @WSJ

And well they should.: Energy groups tout high percentages of veterans working in their industries  via @dcexaminer

I’ll take “no” for $700, Alex.: Q&A: Do coal plant closures spell disaster for the power grid?  via @HoustonChron

An inconvenient truth.: Why All Teslas Are Natural Gas-Powered Vehicles  $TSLA

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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