What You Need to Know in Oil and Gas Today – 4.25.2018


Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 25, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Uh, well, Governor, you have a Rainy Day Fund with $11 billion in it. Just sayin’.: Gov. Greg Abbott joins growing calls for funding for Port of Corpus Christi via @callerdotcom

Such nonsense. Oil dipped along with the stock market yesterday. This is not rocket science.: Oil dips away from late-2014 highs as rising US supply clouds bull-run 

There are so many.: The next winners from the oil rally  via @WSJ

Awesome.: Largest US methanol plant closer to start-up with mechanical completion 

People scoffed at me when I made this same prediction in January.
Things change.: Hedge-fund investors pour into oil as firms predict surge to $80 

That’s a serious economic injection.: Fracking boom drives Taiwan company’s plan for $9 billion petrochemical plant in Louisiana 

One of the best events in the country.: Texas energy producers arrive for annual expo; Gov. Abbott part of the program  via @timesrecordnews

ummmmm…no. Not true at all.: Trump vs. OPEC: Oil traders must now ‘rigorously check’ Twitter to monitor simmering feud 

True, but it depends on how high that oil price goes.: High oil price not the albatross it once was for US economy 

A good use of the funds.: Deepwater Horizon settlement to help restore coast at McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge  via @houstonchron

um, ‘cuz half a century of socialist corruption and neglect makes it hard?: Why Can’t We Fix Puerto Rico’s Power Grid?  via @WIRED

Interesting analysis.: Nafta talks aim to expand the pact to oil trade. Energy companies have one problem with that  via @WSJ

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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