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The EIA releases it's weekly natural gas storage report each Thursday at 10.30 ET, the key data point for natural gas traders outside of weather modelling. This week another build is expected.

Our post Harvey TCOIL preview for this week's EIA DOE Weekly Petroleum Status Report highlights the key variables to watch out for. Crude oil markets are watching for products and production after the hurricanes with the all important import export trade.

BP PLC, through BP Energia Mexico began delivering 200,000 MMbtu/d in natural gas to customers across eight Mexican states. This follows $BP being awarded transport capacity on portions of CENAGAS' system through a public auction earlier this year. 

US oil rigs fell this week less than expected after Hurricane Harvey cleanup continues. Bakers Hughes U.S. oil rig count  fell 7 to 749. Canada added 10 oil rigs.

The week following Hurricane Harvey natural gas inventories were more than expected the EIA reported Thursday. Working gas in storage was 3,311 Bcf as of Friday, September 8, 2017, a net increase of 91 Bcf from the previous week.

Hurricanes have taken their toll on products as refineries were shut down with Hurricane Harvey this week's EIA DOE Weekly Petroleum Status Report shows. Oil Production is almost back to Pre Harvey levels.

Canadian Solar subsidiary Recurrent Energy signed a 100-MW in new solar power purchase agreement with Peninsula Clean Energy for Kings County, California. The agreement is through the Mustang Two Photovoltaic Project.

US oil rigs -3 this week, Bakers Hughes said, leaving a total of 756. Canada oil rig count unchanged.

US oil rigs unchanged this week. Bakers Hughes said the U.S. oil rig count fell 4 last week, leaving a total of 759. Canada lost 13 rigs.

US oil rigs drew fell again this week. Bakers Hughes said the U.S. oil rig count  fell 4 after falling 5 last week to 759. Canada lost 6 rigs.

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