U.S. Crude Imports Seen Surging After Storm-Related Slowdown

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  • Arrivals fell 21% to 7.07 million barrels a day last week: EIA
  • Hermine entered Gulf of Mexico Aug. 28 before moving northeast

U.S. Oil Inventories Lack Spark for Market Prices

A historic decline in U.S. crude imports will probably be followed by a surge in arrivals. 

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