Skip to comments.About 25 percent of U.S. Gulf oil output offline due to Harvey
Posted on 08/26/2017 4:58:15 PM PDT by BenLurkin
That equates to roughly 428,568 barrels of oil per day out of the roughly 1.75 million bpd pumped from the Gulf. The amount of oil production offline increased from Friday, when roughly 22 percent of output was affected.
About 26 percent of Gulf natural gas production is offline, or about 835 million cubic feet per day, BSEE said
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Off line is better than damaged.
I imagine they shut down ops till things settle down and they can inspect all the plumbing before resuming ops.
Fuel to go up 500%
Gas will go up but it is temporary. This has happened every time a storm come near Houston.
Having done technical graphics for training manuals for the refinery industry for the past 20 years, I agree. Deliberate shutdowns to avoid serious damage.
Make sence. MSM will spin it as a shortage.
Why will they insist on distorting this and all else and then blame Mr T
It’s a good thing that less and less of U.S. oil production comes from the Gulf. Have you hugged a fracker today?
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As of yesterday gas was up about 6 cents in the Biloxi area - no signs of panic/gouging.
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