DOE Releases 1 Million Barrels of Crude Oil From Emergency Reserve

DOE Releases 1 Million Barrels of Crude Oil From Emergency Reserve

Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced the release of 1 million barrels of crude oil from the federal Strategic Petroleum Reserve in response to refinery outages caused by Hurricane Harvey. With close to half the country’s oil refineries located on the Gulf Coast, the DOE move … Read more…

Hurricane Harvey Update: 184,000 Customers Lack Power

Hurricane Harvey Update: 184,000 Customers Lack Power

At 6 pm Eastern Time on Thursday, around 184,000 customers were still without power in Texas and Louisiana, the Edison Electric Institute reported. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the association representing all US investor-owned utilities says that progress is being made to restore power. … Read more…

Harvey Update: Refineries Shut Down, Gas Prices Soar, but Ultimate Effects Uncertain

Harvey Update: Refineries Shut Down, Gas Prices Soar, but Ultimate Effects Uncertain

While the ultimate effects of Hurricane Harvey on the energy industry are still unclear, one thing is certain: the storm has significantly slowed production. Flooding caused by Harvey has forced some of the country’s largest refineries to shut down, including some owned by Exxon Mobil, Shell, … Read more…

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