Hurricane Harvey, which is expected to make landfall around one o’clock in the morning on Saturday, August 26, may have an impact on the near-term energy outlook for the U.S.

As of now, Harvey is classified as a Category-2 storm and is expected to be re-characterized to a Category-3 storm around the time it makes landfall. The last Category-3 hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. was hurricane Wilma in 2005, which hit South Florida.
Oil & gas infrastructure, refining capacity in the path
Baird Equity Research—in a report out today—ant...


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