Weathering the impact of stormy price hikes

At the start of the 2006 hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin, Zachary Simecek takes a look at the impact on the energy markets

The catastrophic damage to Gulf of Mexico oil facilities wrought by Hurricane Katrina last year leaves the industry extremely jittery at the start of the 2006 hurricane season approaches. So far, most weather predictions do not bode well.

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