Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for November 2, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
Horrible policy.: U.S. trade panel backs solar tariffs via @WSJ
No surprise here.: Democrats dig for Russian connection and uncover environmentalists
The inertia is still up.: Oil prices ease back after hitting highs going back to mid-2015
Betting on OPEC is always risky.: Oil price forecasts rise on OPEC production cut optimism via @WSJ
Interesting piece.: Five bucks, the price of one fancy coffee, makes a big difference to U.S. shale via @gadfly
It’s a valid question at this point.: Is privatisation working out for Mexico’s oil industry?
We all have them.: The fracking boom’s midlife crisis via @BW
Today’s Big Deal: Houston’s American Midstream buying Southcross Energy via @houstonchron
It happens.: Horizontal drilling gives rise to acreage pooling via @mwtnews
Neither is a bad result right now.: Texas production in August: Crude oil up, natural gas drops
Good point.: Oil bulls aren’t putting America first via @BW
Decisions, decisions.: Texas letting one coal plant shutter, undecided on two others via @houstonchron
That’s all for today. Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today.