It looks like most east coast refineries will continue to operate during the hurricane, and...
It looks like most east coast refineries will continue to operate during the hurricane, and there are no signs that the Colonial pipeline, which brings gasoline to the area, would have to shut down. “We’re going to lose far more demand than refining supply... right now the Philadelphia area refineries are certainly attempting to run through the storm," an oil expert says. Dec. crude -0.9% to $85.54.
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