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  • NEW YORK, Sept 13- Crude oil prices rose on Wednesday after the International Energy Agency said a global surplus of crude was starting to shrink, even though U.S. data showed another big increase in inventories due to the ongoing effects of Hurricane Harvey. Analysts anticipate refineries will come back online after Harvey shut nearly a quarter of the nation's...

  • Sept 13- Csx Corp said on Wednesday it has resumed normal train operations into Waycross and Savannah, in Georgia, and limited service into Jacksonville, Florida, where it has also reopened intermodal facilities. The No. 3 U.S. railroad also said engineering crews worked through the night to restore service in Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama but that...

  • CSX SAYS ENGINEERING CREWS WORKED THROUGH NIGHT TO RESTORE SERVICE IN GEORGIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND ALABAMA, BUT CUSTOMERS SHOULD EXPECT DELAYS AS BACKLOGS ARE WORKED DOWN.

  • CSX CORP HAS RESUMED NORMAL TRAIN OPERATIONS INTO WAYCROSS, GEORGIA, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, AND LIMITED SERVICE INTO JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA- STATEMENT.

  • The total number of customers still out, representing about 9 million people in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, dipped from a peak of more than 7.8 million customers, or over 16 million people, on Monday. Major utilities in Florida- including NextEra Energy Inc's Florida Power& Light, Duke Energy Corp and Emera Inc's Tampa Electric- have mobilized tens of...

  • With floodwaters nearing knee height, Arlene Estle fled to the upstairs of the Houston house where she's lived for 50 years and raised four children. It was many hours later before her son-in-law arrived by boat to rescue her. Her flooded home didn't fare so well.

  • Investors unloaded equities and other risky assets last week on concern about the potential for massive damage from Hurricane Irma and tension between North Korea and the United States and its allies over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program. Safe-haven buying of Treasuries knocked the benchmark 10- year yield to a 10- month low, just above 2 percent on...

  • Sept 13- About 5 million customers, or about 10 million people, were without power on Wednesday morning in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas after Hurricane Irma, down from a peak of over 7.8 million customers on Monday, local utilities said. NextEra Energy Inc-owned FPL, which serves nearly 5 million homes and businesses, expects to restore essentially all of its...

  • Sept 12- Power outages from Hurricane Irma dropped to about 5.8 million customers in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama by Tuesday afternoon, down from a peak of over 7.4 million late Monday, according to utilities in the affected region. FPL said it expects to restore essentially all of its customers in the eastern portion of the state by...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- Some 5.8 million homes and businesses in Florida and nearby states still had no power on Tuesday after the pummeling from Hurricane Irma, as utility companies scrambled to get the lights back on in one of the biggest power restoration efforts in U.S. history. Major utilities in Florida- including NextEra Energy Inc's Florida Power& Light, Duke...

  • The No. 3 U.S. railroad said customers should still expect delays for traffic moving into and out of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina due to power outages linked to Hurricane Irma. CSX said it expects to resume rail service to Tampa on Wednesday night, while its route from Jacksonville to Orlando was still being evaluated with no timetable for...

  • Sept 12- Energy infrastructure companies in the Caribbean and southeastern United States were beginning to restart on Tuesday after shutdowns due to Hurricane Irma. Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression on Monday and would likely dissipate Tuesday evening, the National Hurricane Center said. Buckeye Partners LP said it aims to resume normal...

  • CSX SAYS DELAYS ARE EXPECTED FOR TRAFFIC MOVING INTO/OUT OF FLORIDA, GEORGIA, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA DUE TO COMMERCIAL POWER OUTAGES HINDERING FULL RECOVERY.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 12- The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Tuesday it was launching a probe into imports of solar panels, in a case watched closely by the solar installation industry, which has seen panel prices rise partly from concern that tariffs could double their cost. The commission said it would issue a preliminary finding by Sept. 22 on whether...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- Some 6.1 million homes and businesses in Florida and nearby states still had no power on Tuesday after the pummeling from Hurricane Irma, as utility companies scrambled to get the lights back on in one of the biggest power restoration efforts in U.S. history. Major utilities in Florida- including NextEra Energy Inc's Florida Power& Light, Duke...

  • Sept 12- Power outages from Hurricane Irma dropped to about 6.1 million in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama by Tuesday afternoon, down from a peak over 7.4 million late Monday, according to local utilities. FPL said it expects to restore essentially all of its customers in the eastern portion of Florida by the weekend and the harder-hit...

  • Hurricane Irma@ Sept 12- Energy infrastructure companies in the Caribbean and southeastern United States were beginning to restart on Tuesday after shutdowns due to Hurricane Irma. Buckeye Partners LP said it aims to resume normal operations its Bahamas crude oil and fuel terminal, also known as Borco, on Tuesday after Hurricane Irma rampaged through the...

  • A woman exits a Miami store still without power two days after Hurricane Irma passed through the area on September 12, 2017.

    Some 6.7 million homes and businesses in Florida and nearby states still had no power on Tuesday after the pummeling from Hurricane Irma.

  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the Federal Trade Commission. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a Democrat who sits on the Senate Banking Committee, said it was "disturbing" that it appeared executives sold nearly $2 million worth of company stock in the time between learning of a sweeping hacker intrusion and making it public. On Monday, Senator Orrin Hatch, who...

  • Sept 12- Norfolk Southern Corp said on Tuesday some rail routes closed by Hurricane Irma were being restored to service as it was safe to do so, and has started to run trains accordingly. Norfolk Southern has opened origin facility gates for shipments destined to Charleston, South Carolina, though gates remained closed to traffic destined for Jacksonville,...