What You Need to Know in Oil and Gas Today – 4.5.2018

ITOP Steve Everley and Peter Zornio Featured
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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for April 5, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

We’ll take steady.: Oil prices steady on easing US-China trade tension, drop in crude stockpiles 

Good. It’s a market that deserves to be depressed.: Renewable fuel credits post biggest quarterly loss in a year 

Is this really a serious question? Really?  Does no one at the Chronicle understand the strategic value of U.S. oil and gas internationally?: Are pipeline land takings in the public interest if oil, gas headed overseas?  via @HoustonChron

Misleading headline of the day. #smdh: Exclusive: EPA gives giant refiner a ‘hardship’ waiver from regulation

Why yes, yes it is.:  ConocoPhillips’ Permian Asset Sale Is Part Of A Well-Received Strategic Plan via @forbes

They tend to do that.: Oil giants stay in their own backyards in U.S. auction 

They’re gonna need it.: Bahrain seeks big oil’s help to develop its new shale discovery via @markets

It’s a paradigm-changing technology.: How Fracking Is About To Change The Middle East’s Oil And Gas Dynamic

#GodBlessTexas.: Perryman: The Texas Economic Forecast  via @RioGGuardian

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

#Fracking says, “You’re Welcome, Ohio!”: Utica report card: Ohio’s natural gas production at record levels 

No surprise here. It simply is not competitive.: Home solar dims as Tesla, others curb aggressive sales

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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