Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for September 11, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Get used to this.  I’ve been trying to prepare everyone for this 2nd-half of the year paradigm since early June.: U.S. oil drillers cut rigs for third week in four as recovery stalls: Baker Hughes

Awesome.  Does it come in Super 100s?: Scientists Have Created a Super-Thin Fabric That Harvests Energy From Our Movements via @ScienceAlert

Why yes, yes it does.: Harvey, Irma show value of Strategic Petroleum Reserve, energy experts say via @houstonchron

Meh.: Oil weakens on fears Irma could dent US demand 

Cool.: Colonial to pump fuel through Port Arthur facility at reduced rates after Harvey

Interesting bet.: The next oil major? Service firm Schlumberger’s big bet on production

#Resiliency: Texas Energy Industry Recovering From Hurricane’s Disruption 

A great opportunity to have.: University Lands holding largest lease sale in history  via @mwtnews

Gonna need that capacity.: Magellan Midstream to construct Delaware Basin pipeline

How did this bit of good sense get into Newsweek?: Don’t blame hurricanes Irma and Harvey on climate change 

It’s California. Simple.: If Going 100% Renewable Is So Good For CA, Why The Backroom Dealing? via @forbes

That’s all for today.  Check back in tomorrow for another dozen Things You Need To Know In Oil And Gas


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