Oil Flows Rise in South Texas After Hurricane Harvey

The volume of oil flowing topped the July average on Sept. 5

The volume of oil flowing in South Texas climbed to 1.374 million barrels a day on Sept. 5, topping the July average of 1.369 million, as the region recovers from Hurricane Harvey, according to report published by Genscape. About 70,000 barrels a day of possible oil production was shut in as of Sept. 5, down from as much as 700,000 barrels a day on Aug. 28, just days after the hurricane hit.

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