Update from Oil And Gas Today – 9.28.2017

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Here are the Update from Oil And Gas for September 28, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Sure has.:  It’s Been A Tough Week For Peak Oil Theorists via @forbes

A little fear premium returns.: Oil climbs to five-month high as tension over Iraqi Kurdistan rises

No surprise here.: Crude inventories dip as Harvey glut erodes  via @HoustonChron

It Certainly Does.: The Permian Basin still has an awful lot of oil.

Everybody wants-a the Permian.: Exxon adds 22,000 acres in Permian Basin  via @HoustonChron

Awesome.: American Midstream begins crude oil delivery into Dakota Access Pipeline 

You sure about that?: Oil’s move higher now rests squarely on U.S. shoulders — Heard on the Street  via @WSJ

Cool.: Hilcorp subleases Kenai airport hangar

#Fracking says “Thanks!”: Farmer’s Almanac Winter Forecast Bullish for Natural Gas

That’s a good thing.: Harvey’s rain caused coal-to-gas switching

Headline we’ve waited 8 year to see.: EPA looks to work with industry to cut regulatory burden  via @dcexaminer

Better late than never.: US expected to lift shipping restrictions for Puerto Rico hurricane relief  via @nypost

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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