What You Need To Know In Oil And Gas Today – 9.6.2017

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Here are the Top Dozen Oil & Gas stories for September 6, 2017, taken directly from the @GDBlackmon Twitter Feed:

Because congress doesn’t do its job: FEMA is almost out of money as hurricane threatens Florida, source says

This is big.: Motiva refinery in Port Arthur begins to roar back after Harvey shutdown  via @houstonchron

Cool: Oil up after Harvey fallout; Hurricane Irma heads into Caribbean 

At least for now…: After Harvey’s devastation, oil tanker traffic healthy in Gulf of Mexico  via @houstonchron

Oh, please.: Hurricane Harvey Has Exposed One Possibly Lethal Risk to Oil Industry l via @TheStreet

Excellent: Corpus Christi refining complex almost back to pre-Harvey operations  via @houstonchron

Awesome: Oil Industry Mobilizes $23 Million For Hurricane Harvey Victims  via @dailycaller

Good point: Houston’s post-Harvey outlook: ‘If $26 oil doesn’t do us in, 52 inches of rain won’t either’

Yyyyyyyyyyep.: Texas officials see long road from Harvey for state transportation network

Yeah, boy.: Hurricane Harvey shows electrical grid resiliency is key to swift recovery / via @RSI

Why yes, yes it could: A War With North Korea Could Send Oil Prices Skyrocketing  #oilprice

Interesting analysis.: Long-Term Scenarios for Coal, Nuclear Power, and Natural Gas

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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