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The worst storm-driven gas price hikes haven't hit California - 89.3 KPCC

As the storm barreled into the Texas coast, a string of oil refineries closed, temporarily dropping U.S. refinery capacity. That sent shockwaves through the wholesale oil market, said Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst with the Oil Price Information Service ...and more »

People fight over gas in Dallas -

(CNN) -- Tensions run high at a Dallas gas station as a fight breaks out. Petroleum analysts say some of Dallas' woes were self-inflicted. When Dallas residents heard Harvey had disrupted gas production, they came out in droves to refill their tanks.and more »

Commodities expert: Unclear how long Harvey will affect gas prices - CBS News

Gas prices are going up across the country after historic amounts of rainfall and flooding from Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Texas and its oil refineries. Prices have jumped almost 20 cents since the storm made landfall one week ago; the national ...and more »

Panic Buying Gas During A Shortage Only Makes Everything Worse - Jalopnik

It's not uncommon for gas supply to go down and prices to go up following a major natural disaster like Hurricane Harvey's devastating impact in Texas, which crippled the region's oil refineries and cut a large portion of the U.S. short-term oil supply ...and more »

Gas shortages in Texas as Harvey knocks out refineries - CBS News

Last Updated Aug 31, 2017 5:31 PM EDT. Drivers in northern Texas are rushing to fill up their gas tanks as prices at the pump in the area rise and some stations run out of fuel altogether as Harvey continues to wreak havoc. QuikTrip, a chain with 135 ...and more »

"We need that Gulf Coast": Harvey flooding shuts down oil refineries - CBS News

Last Updated Sep 1, 2017 3:42 PM EDT. BAYTOWN, Texas -- As floodwaters in Texas rose, so did gasoline prices -- all over the nation. Since Friday, they're up 10 cents, to a nationwide average of $2.45 a gallon -- the highest they've been all year.and more »

Gas prices: The Harvey news is getting worse - CNNMoney

Tropical Storm Harvey is knocking even more Gulf Coast refineries offline, raising the risk of higher gasoline prices in the coming days. Prices at the pump haven't budged much -- yet. National average gasoline prices have climbed barely 3% over the ...and more »

Retail gasoline prices jump to a 2-year high after Hurricane Harvey - MarketWatch

Labor Day weekend traditionally signals the end of the summer driving season. But as drivers pack up for holiday, pump prices for gasoline are the highest since 2015, thanks in large part to Hurricane Harvey. The average price for a gallon of regular ...and more »

Gas prices continue to skyrocket in Hurricane Harvey's aftermath - Business Insider

NEW YORK/HOUSTON (Reuters) - Retail U.S. gasoline prices continued to rise as pipelines and terminals remained closed in Texas a week after Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, forcing refineries to warn customers about fuel-supply ...and more »

Texas Drivers Rush to Fill Gas Tanks as Pump Prices Rise - Transport Topics Online

DALLAS — Drivers lined up at gas pumps in parts of Texas Aug. 31 as more stations ran out of gas and prices rose steeply in response to Hurricane Harvey's impact on Gulf Coast refineries. At least two major pipelines — one that ships gasoline across ...and more »