Tropical Storm Barry won’t pack the same punch as Hurricane Katrina, but less intense storms in the Gulf of Mexico may have a great impact on the energy market that has seen sizable growth in refining capacity and the lifting of crude exports in the 14 years since that devastating hurricane.
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