New York Times | Clifford Krauss
The Texas energy industry is continuing to rebuild and recover from Hurricane Harvey’s destruction.
Two weeks after Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast, the local oil industry is getting back on its feet even as another powerful storm bears down on Florida. The port of Houston and the state’s other major ports are almost back to normal operations, oil and gas production in South Texas is quickly ramping up, and eight of the 20 refineries that were totally or partly closed because of the storm are operating at normal levels. Eleven of the 12 other refineries that were affected are preparing to restart.
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