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Refinery outages and shipping delays are mounting in Houston and Corpus Christi, Texas, but rising gasoline prices and the potential need for rebuilding efforts are driving some energy and transportation stocks higher.
"Hurricane Harvey in Texas could be the worst storm since Katrina in 2005," Seaport Global analyst Rhem Wood wrote in a note Monday. "Even if the damage is less than Katrina, the economic impact could be greater, in our view, due the size of the Houston metropolitan market."
Shares of rose more than 7 percent, as did shares of refiners Delek US Holdings and HollyFrontier. was up nearly 2 percent in midday trading as supply disruptions pushed gasoline prices up more than 4 percent.
Seaport Global's energy analyst Robert Friedland says further disruption will improve refineries' "margins on other refining capacity" as the price of oil continues to decline.
Oil extraction-focused companies in Texas are being hit across the board. fell 1.9 percent, fell 2.4 percent, and fell 4.7 percent on Monday, while and WildHorse Resource Development each fell more than 5 percent.
Rains pounding Texas' Gulf coast continued to hold up major ports in Corpus Christi and Houston, which are both currently shut and may be so for several more days. Friedland highlighted , up 2 percent, saying the tanker company could bring floating storage "roaring into the Gulf Coast after Harvey goes away."
Ground transportation is also trending higher, and Seaport Global says "all names" in the trucking sector should benefit from rebuilding efforts after the storm. Shares of both and are up 2 percent, and the firm say the storm may become "a major tailwind for carrier pricing in 2018."