Post-Harvey, Oil, NatGas Operators Slowly Drying Off, Restarting

The Texas Gulf Coast was drying out Tuesday, more than a week after Harvey pummeled the region and dumped record rainfall across the Greater Houston area, the nation’s largest energy complex. The oil and natural gas industry was back to work after the Labor Day holiday, while experts were attempting to make sense of long-term impacts from the devastation. Read More

Gulf Coast NGL Processors, Refineries Walloped in ‘Most Costly’ U.S. Disaster

Tropical Storm Harvey punished Texas again on Wednesday, making landfall about 30 miles east-southeast of the massive petrochemical and refinery complex in Port Arthur. For the energy complex, processing plants and refineries were taking the biggest hits, with flooding expected to continue along the upper Texas coast and inland through Louisiana for the next few days. Read More