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What You Need to Know in Oil and Gas Today – 5.4.2018

Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for May 4, 2018, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Well, yes, and they have been for a decades.: Russian trolls are pitting Americans against energy industry 

Those expectations remain too low.: Banks expect Brent to average $64 a barrel this year, and WTI about $60 amid OPEC-led cuts via @WSJ

For good reason.: Oil prices inch up as US decision on Iran sanction looms

Elon Musk is losing it.: Tesla Plunges After a Bizarre Conference Call via @technology

Our “no surprise here” story of the day.: Crude, natgas production increase in February, Texas agency reports – 

Cool.: BP unleashing robot army to improve performance, safety  via @HoustonChron

#GodBlessTexas.: Texas Sees Unparalleled Economic Boom From Oil Prices | OilPrice.com  #oilprice

hmmmm…maybe SPE should shift to an ONSHORE Technology Conference.: OTC attendance dips 5 percent to lowest since 2006  via @HoustonChron

#ClimateScam fright piece of the week.: Sea level rise would drastically increase damage from hurricanes around Galveston Bay, study finds via @HoustonChron

The @NYTimes considers “Complicated” to be a synonym for “Hypocritical.”: Environmentalists and Nuclear Power? It’s Complicated

Cool.: First Solar to build new manufacturing plant in US  via @Power Technology

The 10,000th iteration of an inconsequential story.: What Does the Railroad Commission Regulate? Not Railroads.  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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