I'm hearing that the government is set to expand, possibly greatly, the number of wells shut-in in Oklahoma, beyond the initial 30 wastewater disposal wells. Oil prices will see significant support, if that occurs. Given the attention it's getting and some of the "I-told-you-so" talk from the Feds, especially, it's a real possibility.
Gulf of Mexico rigs were getting re-populated on Friday, and full production will likely be restored no later than Tuesday (12 percent of oil and 9 percent of gas was shut-in as of 11 a.m. Friday, which was the final update for this storm.)
Tropical Storm Hermine gets interesting now for the East Coast refiners, for crude oil imports into the region, and for refined product exports, which have increased markedly over the past year. As of late Sunday, Hermine, which made landfall in Florida on Friday, was sitting off the east coast, with a possibility the storm could regain hurricane strength.
The refiners themselves are built to withstand Category-3 storms, but operations can still be affected by local power outages and the inability to get personnel in and out of the facilities.