Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 18, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:
Why investing in Mexico is always a gigantic crap shoot.: World’s most indebted oil major faces $84.5 billion threat in Mexican presidential race via @markets
And what about all those 500 ft. tall windmills?: What will we do with all those solar panels when their useful life is over?
Ooops. Time for another rocket launch and a dozen press releases!: Tesla is temporarily suspending production of the Model 3 for the second time in roughly two months via @luxury
Interesting decision.: Zinke says no on lowering offshore royalty rate via @HoustonChron
Good to know.: Oil may be about to spike, and JPMorgan has trades to play it via @economictimes
No surprise here.: Oil prices edge up on lower US crude inventories, global supply risks
It is a problem, all right.: Shale oil has a refining problem, and Morgan Stanley thinks investors can profit from it
Well, that’s just all kinds of awesome.: The volume of liquid natural gas exports nearly quadrupled from 2016 to 2017. @DailySignal
Also, cold.: Winter drilling in Alaska ‘promising’ for ConocoPhillips via @ktbs
Hey, only 20 years too late.: Researchers Develop Bird Detection & Deterrent System For Wind Turbines
Possibly because they don’t want to actually freeze.: Australia’s Northern Territory lifts fracking freeze $STOSF $OGFGF
It’s a noble goal.: Perry heads to India to promote natural gas exports
That’s all for today. Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today.