Port Fourchon, refineries out for weeks, raising short- and long-term questions

An aerial view of Port Fourchon in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. (Courtesy U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy)

When Hurricane Ida blasted ashore, its 150 mile per hour winds not only laid waste to southeast Louisiana but to the nation’s fossil fuel infrastructure.

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