Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for February 6, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

The Permian is basically Saudi America.: U.S.’s Permian Basin seen second to Saudis for spare oil output capacity via @markets

Yyyyyyyyep.:  U.S. potential ban on Venezuelan oil may hit Valero hardest  via @expressnews

Uh, Houston has been doing that for a century now. So I guess the answer is ‘yes.’: Can Houston foster new energy technologies?  via @houstonchron

Awesome.: Banks raise oil-price forecasts for 4th month in a row in January, as rebalancing in crude supply pushed prices to multi-year highs  via @WSJ

A sign of strength.: Oil eases, but wards off stocks-style turbulence 

That’s the place to be.: Billion-dollar boost sends Texas Tech friends back to Permian Basin 

Because the #Climatescam is a scam.: Exxon sees limited impact on business from climate policies  via @expressnews

That would be surprising, all right.:  The IEA says it would be a surprised if OPEC production cuts ended in June  via @markets

Probably because production has little influence on price. Go figure.: Gas prices continue to rise, though U.S. production skyrocketing  via @wacotrib

For Texans, this is the worst. idea. EVER.: Demand Grows For National Energy Grid 

Imagine how it feels when one of these hits a bird.: Blade Strike Probably Caused Turbine Tower Collapse

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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