April 2018, Vol.245, No.4

Features

Crude Oil Exports Roar Back after Gulf Coast Refinery Disruptions

By Energy Information Administration (EIA) From late August through September, Hurricane Harvey caused disruptions to the U.S. Gulf Coast refining sector, resulting in record-high U.S. crude oil exports when export facilities reopened after the storm and before many refineries returned to pre-storm levels of use.  U.S. Monthly Crude Oil Exports June-October 2017. Photo courtesy of the Energy Information Administration. In October, crude oil exports from the United States reached a monthly record of more than 1.7 MMbpd. EIA’s Petroleum Supply Monthly data for October 2017 show that the largest increases in U.S. crude oil exports were t

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