Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for December 15, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
I’m old enough to remember last week, when we were being told investors were abandoning U.S shale.: Warburg Pincus Group Invests $780 Million in Texas Shale Startup via @WSJ
[Cue Winston Zedimore, Jr. voice] That’s a big computer.: BP doubles power of oil-finding supercomputer via @houstonchron
Rapidly rising demand looms in 2018, too.: Oil prices stable on tighter market, but rising US output looms for 2018
Interesting move.: Linn Energy to split into three companies and focus on Oklahoma oil via @HoustonChron
Awesome. Amazing what a difference smart public policy can make.: The U.S. is exporting oil and gas at a record pace via @markets
A long, long way from peaking. We’re really just getting started.: Apache’s latest expansion plan shows U.S. shale far from peaking
Today’s big deal.: Noble forms JV to buy Saddle Butte Pipeline for $625M via @houstonchron
Well, that’s the right place for that committee to visit at this point.: House Energy Resources Committee visits Midland via @mwtnews
It needed the help.: Rising coal exports give short-term aid to an ailing industry
“Rattlesnake” – what a perfect name for a wind farm.: $250 Million Rattlesnake Wind Farm Project Taking Shape near Melvin via @San Angelo LIVE!
Good luck with that.: State senator wants to eliminate business franchise tax via @mwtnews
That’s all for today. Check back in on Monday for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today.