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Listen: Destruction, power outages caused by Ida disrupt oil market

It's been quite the week in energy markets, as Hurricane Ida hit the Louisiana coast, causing damage, power outages and destruction to the regular supply of oil and other projects in and around the region.

The US Gulf Coast is built to deal with hurricanes like this, but each storm is unique, and what is impacted and for how long factors into how the oil industry reacts.

S&P Global Platts editors discuss storm damage, power outages and disruptions and how oil prices have reacted in the days following the storm.

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