Tropical Storm Harvey is knocking even more Gulf Coast refineries offline, raising the risk of higher gasoline prices in the coming days.
(CNN) Tropical Storm Harvey is knocking even more Gulf Coast refineries offline, raising the risk of higher gasoline prices in the coming days.
"Retailers can either go out of business or pass their costs along," said Tom Kloza, director of global energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service.
Port closures in the region continue to spread as well, limiting the ability of refineries that remain open to access crude oil shipments.
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