US Gulf Operators Assess Damage in Ida's Wake

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Hurricane Ida tore through one of the most heavily developed parts of the US Gulf of Mexico energy complex on Sunday, forcing the shut-in of much of the region's refining capacity and nearly all of its oil and gas production. Fuel supplies to the US East Coast were also disrupted by a shutdown of segments of the Colonial Pipeline system ahead of the storm. Much of southern Louisiana was without power and internet service Monday morning and many roads remained flooded from the massive storm surge, delaying the abilities of companies to get people in position to properly assess offshore facilities. Refineries

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