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Hurricane Maria Hits U.S. Refineries Without Touching Land

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Hurricanes sometimes don’t need to make landfall to cause problems for U.S. refineries.

At least two East Coast refineries are making less gasoline and diesel as rough Atlantic seas hamper the transfer of crude oil from ships to barges for delivery to the facilities, people familiar with operations say.