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How is US oil recuperating from Harvey, from wellhead to midstream to refining?

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Listen: How is US oil recuperating from Harvey, from wellhead to midstream to refining?

Hurricane Harvey affected the US oil industry from the wellhead to refinery outputs, and the sector is still showing signs of slowness after the storm pummeled the US Gulf Coast. Senior oil editors Ashok Dutta, Janet McGurty and Starr Spencer recap how Harvey brought down crude oil and natural gas production, what midstream problems arose in both pipelines and terminals and how refining was disrupted and is still reduced.


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