Energy export severely disrupted by Hurricane Laura, 1 bpd reduction likely

Topics Hurricane | Energy | Exports


By Scott DiSavino and Jessica Jaganathan NEW YORK/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil and gas exports from the United States have been severely disrupted by Hurricane Laura, with nearly a million barrels per day (bpd) of crude exports likely reduced this week by closures of U.S.

Gulf Coast terminals and disruptions at ports. The hurricane also temporarily suspended operations at several liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in the world's third largest exporter of the super-cooled gas, with shipments on track to fall to their lowest in.

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