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I was listening to NPR...
Links are always helpful.

The refineries aren't seriously damaged, however — at least so far.
But the continued rain could end up flooding some of them, and if that happens there aren't enough companies with the kind of specialized knowledge to repair them.
"Then you're talking about gasoline shortages and longer term price hikes, and that's going to have a ripple effect through the whole economy," (Chuck Watson, who studies the economic impact of natural disasters for Enki Holdings) says.
Investors are thinking about that too. At one point Monday, gasoline futures were up as much as five percent.

http://www.npr.org/2017/08/28/546714566/economic-impact-of-h...


Perhaps CBI is one of them that knows how?
I'll suggest that the short term bump wouldn't be enough to move the needle.
That said, if they execute well, it would boost investor confidence.
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