Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for November 15, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Conveniently timed to coincide with the climate conference. I smell a revision coming on.: Oil-price recovery threatened by weak demand, says IEA  via @WSJ

No surprise here. But every other market indicator is bullish.: Oil prices slide after IEA casts doubt over demand outlook 

The headline does not reflect what the report says. Go figure.: Report predicts oil industry may lose grip on auto market by 2040  via @HoustonChron

#Fracking says “You’re Welcome, America!”: CO2 emissions from coal fell by record amount in 2015, led by Texas and Midwest 

It sure needs to.: More natural gas will flow between Corpus Christi, Permian Basin  via @callerdotcom

Cool.: EIA says U.S. crude to rise by 80k bopd in December 

Exploring new frontiers.: New Mexico’s geological back door to Permian attracts Exxon Mobil, other oil majors 

Jobs, jobs, jobs.: $10-billion plant in San Patricio County hires several local businesses for construction project

Need more capacity. It’s a pipeline revolution out in West Texas.: Energy Transfer Says Waha-to-Mexico Ramping Up ‘Some Time Down the Road’ 

Dang, that’s an expensive hub.: Why even $84 billion from China can’t buy a U.S. gas hub  via @markets

Why no, no it doesn’t.: Even with Trump’s efforts, the math doesn’t add up for more coal in Texas 

And they’ll say it again 25 years from now.: Scientists Say Earth Is Doomed Without ‘Urgent’ Action — Just Like They Did 25 Years Ago  via @IBDeditorials

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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