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Collin Eaton of Fuel Fix reports on howNorth American oil producers just saw the biggest quarterly surge from Wall Street in at least seven years. Producers collect $7.8 billion as Wall Street rushes back to oil By: Collin Eaton (FuelFix) HOUSTON Public money is starting to flow back to North American oil producers at a time when cash is a scarce commodity in the oil patch. Wall Street investors in the past two months have pumped $7.75 billion into 16 separate stock-market equity fund-raises for oil companies like Noble Energy, Newfield Exploration, Encana Corp. and Oasis Petroleum, according to Tudor, Pickering, Holt Co. and Credit Suisse. Thats the biggest quarterly surge in at least seven years, and its more equity than oil producers issued in all of 2009. The surge comes as private equity firms are scouting the field for potential acquisitions, armed with multibillion-dollar funds. With U.S. oil refusing to budge from around $50 a barrel in recent weeks, investors are beginning