What You Need to Know in Oil and Gas Today – 4.13.2018

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 13, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

That’s the current dynamic, all right.: OPEC’s output fell in March, while U.S. shale production steamed ahead  via @WSJ

mmmmm…not really.: Cushing’s oil market clout wanes amid U.S. export boom 

No surprise here.: Contenders for Ryan’s job share energy, environment goals  via @EENewsUpdates

Quick, interesting read: Here’s what top energy executives said about the future of fossil fuels in a world pushing to fight climate change.  via @BloombergQuint

Maybe because they know there isn’t going to be a trade war.: Saudi chemicals company undeterred by threat of U.S.-China trade war, CEO says  via @HoustonChron

Funny how that works, huh?: OPEC Sees Tighter Market as Oil Output Drops to Lowest in a Year  via @markets

Pretty safe prediction at this point.: Haynes and Boone Forecasts Improvement for Oil and Gas Producers – News | ABL Advisor

Cool.: Oil heads for biggest weekly gain since July 

How about that?: Who Will China’s Propane Tariffs Really Punish? Not the U.S.  via @BloombergQuint

Awesome.: Texas LNG signs non-binding deals with Chinese, Southeast Asian buyers 

#GodBlessLouisiana: ConocoPhillips’ leases raises prospects for more activity in Louisiana’s Austin Chalk formation  via @theadvocatebr

Fantastic.: ‘Steyerville’: New Website Blames Tom Steyer for Killing Towns of American Heartland via @freebeacon

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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