What You Need to Know in Oil and Gas Today – 3.22.2018

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for March 22, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

We’ll know in a few years.: The U.S. Oil Boom May Be About To Expand Beyond The Permian via @forbes

Sounds legit.: This father-daughter team says it has a cheaper, safer way to bury nuclear waste  via @BW

There’s always something “threatening” at CNBC.: Oil loses ground as rising US output threatens to disrupt tightening market 

Maybe so, maybe no.: Will China’s New Oil Futures Flop? | OilPrice.com  #oilprice

Interesting, if true.: Radar images show large swath of Texas oil patch is heaving and sinking at alarming rates via @physorg_com

I got no problem with that.: Gasoline Traders Are Paying One Another for Line Space Again  via @technology

Interesting development here.: US Magellan not to move ahead with Texas crude pipeline for lack of shipper support – Oil | Platts News Article & Story

One project down, another one comes along.: Tellurian seeks financing for new Permian gas pipeline via @houstonchron

Better header: Completely unneeded study delayed because supporters know it’s a waste of time: Mandated study of Dakota Access line to miss completion goal  via @ktbs

#GodBlessTexas.: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott heads for India, hoping to woo investment and jobs 

It’s a tough fight.: With rise of Russian and Chinese reactors, Perry fights to keep U.S. nuclear sector alive  via @HoustonChron

Yeah, sure, uh-huh, right, you betcha. *sigh*: Self-driving cars still safe despite Arizona death, Texas researchers say

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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