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What can Trump do about gas prices after Harvey? - CNNMoney

The U.S. government has several levers it can pull to ease the pain at the pump caused by Hurricane Harvey. Historic flooding in the U.S. Gulf Coast has sparked fears of a gasoline shortage caused by refinery outages, port closures and pipeline ...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: 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 »

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

Rainwater from Hurricane Harvey surrounding oil refinery storage tanks in Texas City. Analysts say the storm has knocked out more than 20% of U.S. refining capacity. Photo: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg News. By. Alison Sider. Alison Sider. The Wall Street ...and more »

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

A customer walks out of an Exxon filling station and convenience store where a sign on the door reads “No Gas,” Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in Bedford, Texas. It's getting harder to fill gas tanks in parts of Texas where some stations are out of fuel and ...and more »

Gas prices surge higher as drivers rush to fill their tanks - The Mercury News

A customer walks into an Exxon filling station and convenience store location where a sign on the door reads, “No Gas,” Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in Bedford, Texas. It's getting harder to fill gas tanks in parts of Texas where some stations are out of ...and more »

Gasoline prices head higher while motorists panic - Yahoo Finance

A sign shows pumps out of gas, Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in El Campo, Texas. Gasoline prices in the U.S. have risen to new high amid continuing fears of shortages in Texas and other states after Hurricane Harvey's strike. (AP Photo/Eric Gay). More. DALLAS ...and more »

Texas refineries begin restart after hit from Harvey -

U.S. Gulf Coast refineries and fuel distribution terminals started to reopen on Saturday, a week after Tropical Storm Harvey knocked out nearly 25 per cent of the nation's refining capacity and sent gasoline prices spiking. While much of the region's ...and more »

Major Gas Price Spikes Headed Canada's Way: Analysts - Huffington Post Canada

Some parts of Canada are heading into the Labour Day long weekend facing serious gas price hikes, with central Canada taking the brunt of it, analysts say. Hurricane Harvey has disrupted oil refineries along the Gulf Coast, sending gas prices soaring ...and more »

Bay Area drivers see Harvey's 'ripple effect' as gasoline prices surge - The Mercury News

AAA said California gasoline prices on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, were 13 percent higher than a year ago — a ripple effect from Hurricane Harvey flooding that curtailed U.S. Gulf Coast supplies. This file photo shows the Shell oil refinery in Martinez ...and more »