What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 9.13.2017

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for September 13, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Good point.: Let’s Not Forget Energy Infrastructure In Hurricane Funding Requests via @forbes

Someone needs to: Post-Harvey, Houston officials hope Congress is up for funding Ike Dike  via @TexasTribune

Yeeesh.: Harvey, Irma could boost oil glut by 43 million barrels  via @houstonchron

Cool.: Oil prices rise as International Energy Agency sees demand rising, inventories shrinking

Interesting.: EIA lowers U.S. crude-oil production forecast 

That’s a good thing.: Hedge Funds Flip-Flop as Harvey Shakes Up the Crude Market  via @markets

Better late than never.: OPEC production falls as efforts to cut output start to pay off via @WSJ

That’s how it works, all right.: With Power Out, Many Florida Gas Stations Remain Closed 

You don’t say….: Hurricane Harvey caused U.S. Gulf Coast refinery runs to drop, gasoline prices to rise

Well, of course it will.: Will Oil Price Volatility Affect These Agriculture Stocks?  via @zacksresearch @Nasdaq

Probably the right plan.: Suppliers try to fill San Antonio with regular fuel, neglecting other grades 

I would certainly hope so.: Saudi Arabia says it’s open to another OPEC cuts extension  via @houstonchron

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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