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Texas refineries begin restart after hit from Harvey - Reuters

HOUSTON (Reuters) - A number of key Texas refineries worked to reopen or resume normal operations on Saturday, a week after Hurricane Harvey knocked out nearly one quarter of the U.S. refining capacity and sent gasoline prices to two-year highs.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 »

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 »

"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 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 »

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 »

Gasoline Prices Jump in Harvey's Wake - Wall Street Journal

Gasoline prices surged to a two-year high at the pump Thursday after the owner of the largest pipeline in the U.S. reported that shipments are being sharply curtailed, spreading the economic pain from Hurricane Harvey throughout the nation. Retail ...and more »

Gas prices have spiked 10 cents since Harvey hit - CNNMoney

The national average price for a gallon of regular jumped nearly 5 cents to $2.45 a gallon on Thursday, according to AAA. And price spikes are even more severe in the Southeast -- up 17 cents in Georgia for the week and up 20 cents in South Carolina.and more »

Storm's Impact on Oil Industry Is Felt at Gasoline Pumps - New York Times

HOUSTON — Ports along the Gulf of Mexico are closed to fuel barges. Part of the biggest pipeline between Texas and New York has stopped flowing. Refineries and gas stations are flooded. Drilling rigs in the biggest shale field in Texas are running low ...and more »

Gas prices surge after Harvey strikes refineries - PBS NewsHour

Gas prices have jumped in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, with about 20 percent of refinery capacity along the Texas Gulf Coast offline. The national average for regular gas is now $2.59 a gallon, 23 cents higher than a week ago. Travis Bubenik of ...and more »