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What You Need to Know in Oil and Gas Today – 4.10.2018

Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 10, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

What, nothing looming today in the CNBC headline-writer’s lounge?: Brent breaks above $70 a barrel as shadow of trade war recedes 

Gosh, why do you suppose this is happening?: China’s Xi announces plans to ‘open’ China, including lowering tariffs on imported autos 

That would be wise.: Perry says he may not declare an electric grid emergency 

Interesting.: Texas drilling permits fell in March, completions rise: regulator

Noooo… you think?: EIA: U.S. oil production growth projected to be led by light, sweet crude oil 

That’s a pretty good three year run: Three-year-old Fort Worth firm sells Permian Basin assets for $1.75 billion

Hey, what could possibly go wrong?: Energy lenders may soon loosen the credit spigots — but not necessarily in Alberta  via @markets

Irish Beto pretends to care about oil and gas. Cool.: O’Rourke: Trump’s trade wars will hurt energy industry  via @mwtnews

Boom.: Saudi Basic Industries plans to increase chemicals production capacity 70% by 2025  via @business

That’s how it works, all right.: More electricity is expected to be used on the oil field with upcoming equipment 

Good policy stokes dishonest debate.: Trump’s EPA gives ‘hardship’ waivers to some Texas refiners, stoking ethanol mandate debate

Well, that’s indecisive.: EPA: Bexar County’s Air Quality ‘At Best, Unclassifiable’  via @Rivardreport

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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