From Bloomberg, this is a report of rigs, refineries, terminals, and platforms fitting down.
Fuel may be impacted on the short term.
Flint Hills Corpus Christi East, West Plants, capacity 293k b/d
Magellan Corpus Christi, Texas, splitter, capacity 50k b/d
Citgo Corpus has begun shutting operations ahead of Hurricane Harvey, capacity 163k b/d
Ports, Terminals, Pipelines:
Mansfield sees Corpus Christi fuel terminals closing Friday
Corpus Christi ship pilots suspend incoming boardings
NuStar prepares to shut Corpus Christi, Texas, oil terminal
Tennessee Gas: Force Majeure at S. Texas Stations 1, 9 Aug. 25
Mexico’s Cayo Arcas, Dos Bocas ports reopen after bad weather
Kinder Morgan Inc.’s Tennessee gas pipeline declared force majeure for stations in south Texas
All major Ports have already been shut to large vessels Wednesday because of Harvey
Anadarko shuts four Gulf platforms before Harvey, evacuates staff
Noble Corp. evacuates Paul Romano rig in Gulf ahead of Harvey, and moved staff to shore
Shell shuts, evacuates Perdido platform ahead of Harvey
Exxon shut Galveston 209 and Hadrian South crude and nat gas platforms; Cutting Gulf Hoover Platform Rates Ahead of Harvey,
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