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Hurricane Harvey: Gas Prices to Rise as Refineries Shut Down

Newsmax Friday, 25 August 2017
Hurricane Harvey is expected to cause gas prices to rise as refineries shut down in preparation for the storm slamming into the Texas coast.
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Gas prices could spike in some parts of the country as Hurricane Harvey, now a Category 3 storm, hits the Texas coast.

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