There was more and more talk this past week that the Saudi Aramco IPO was in deep trouble, some calling it a "real mess." Saudi Arabia is in a fight for its life and the princes are fighting each other. This was just one of several posts on the subject.
Meanwhile, in the US, the oil and gas sector keeps chugging along. US crude oil storage capacity is soaring. I remember when folks used to talk about storage capacity at Cushing becoming a problem; not so much any more.
WTI briefly touched $52/bbl -- probably due to Iraqi-Kurdish conflict -- and then dropped back to $51.
Also, in the US, Haynesville, once thought to be dying, is surging. A new USGS survey reveals that Haynesville has almost half what Qatar has (natural gas)
Best posts all week: the Brits don't understand the US shale revolution; and, the Brits don't understand the US shale revolution.
The impressive Bakken
CLR's Hendrickson well in Elm Tree
EOG to report four huge wells in Clarks Creek
Random update of an MRO re-frack, an Oscar Stohler well
EOG well producing 3,000 bbls/month jumps to 13,000 bbls/month
The number of Bakken wells producing 30,000 bbls/month continues to increase
Number of active rigs dropping in North Dakota; and here
Rachel Wolf wells have been updated
Production data for August, 2017
DAPL donations to North Dakota emergency responders
Judge allows DAPL oil to continue to flow
Legacy Fund update
CLR makes first sale of Bakken crude oil specifically for overseas destination
Fake news: Williston, ND, was not among the cities named as the "50 Most Livable Cities in the US"