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Isaac Storm Damage Report

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Gulf Oil/Natural Gas Production Report

About 13 percent of oil production and 8.8 percent of natural gas production has been shut-in because of Isaac, according to estimates on Sept. 9 from the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement. The production percentages are calculated using information submitted by offshore operators in daily reports.

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Plant Shutdowns Confirmed by PetroChem Wire

Company Location Major Products Status Notes
Americas Styrenics St. James, LA Styrene Returning to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Chevron Pascagoula, MS Refined products, propylene Returning to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Crosstex Placquemine, LA NGLs Returning to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Dow Placquemine, LA Ethylene, Propylene, PE, EDC, VCM, EO/EG Returned to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Dow St. Charles, LA Ethylene, Propylene, PE, EO/EG Returned to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Enterprise Baton Rouge, LA NGLs Operational Had shut Aug. 27
Enterprise Norco, LA NGLs Operational Had shut Aug. 27
Exxon Mobil Baton Rouge, LA Refined products, Ethylene, Propylene, PE, PP Working to return to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Exxon Mobil Chalmette, LA Refined products, Propylene Returning to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Georgia Gulf Plaquemine, LA EDC, VCM, PVC Continuing to assess storm's effects Had shut Aug. 28
Lone Star Geismar, LA NGLs, Ethylene Returned to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Marathon Garyville, LA Refined products, Propylene Returning to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Motiva Convent, LA Refined products, Propylene Returning to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Motiva Mobile, AL Refined products, Propylene Returned to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Motiva Norco, LA Refined products, Propylene Working to return to normal rates Reduced rates Aug. 27, shut Aug. 30, restarted Aug. 31
Phillips 66 Belle Chasse, LA Refined products, propylene Returned to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Pinnacle Garyville, LA Polypropylene In restart process. FM still in place Had shut Aug. 27
Placid Port Allen. LA Refined products, Propylene Operating at normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Shell Geismar, LA EO/EG Returning to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Shell Norco, LA Ethylene, Propylene Working to return to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Shintech Placquemine, LA EDC, VCM, PVC Returned to normal rates Had shut Aug. 28
Total Carville, LA Styrene, PS Returning to normal rates Had shut Aug. 28
Valero Memphis, TN Refined products, Propylene Returning to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 29
Valero Meraux, LA Refined products, Propylene Returning to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Valero St. Charles, LA Refined products, Propylene Returning to normal rates Had reduced rates Aug. 27
Westlake Geismar, LA EDC, VCM, PVC Returning to normal rates Had shut Aug. 28
Williams Geismar, LA Ethylene, Propylene Returned to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27
Williams/DCP Paradis, LA NGLs Returned to normal rates Had shut Aug. 27

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Transit Shutdowns Confirmed by PetroChem Wire

Company Location Type of Transport Status Notes
City of New Orleans New Orleans, LA Rail Rail access reopened 1-2 day delay dur to traffic backlog
CN Mobile, AL Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
CN New Orleans Rail Service resumed Repairs under way between Hammond and New Orleans
CN Baton Rogue, LA Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
CN Geismer, LA Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
CSX Mobile, AL Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
CSX New Orleans, LA Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
CSX Pascagoula, MS Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
KCSR Gulfport, MS Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
KCSR New Orleans, LA Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26
LOOP New Orleans, LA, terminal and offshore platform Marine Open Operations resumed Sept. 1
Port of Baton Rouge Baton Rouge, LA Marine Open Had closed Aug. 28
Port of New Orleans Lower Mississippi River MM 71 and south Marine Open Had closed Aug. 27
Port of Morgan City Morgan City, LA Marine Open Never closed
Shell Capline System/St. James, LA Pipeline Restarted Had suspended crude deliveries from St. James, LA
Union Pacific New Orleans, LA Rail Service resumed Service had stopped Aug. 26

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PetroChem Wire Map of Isaac's Path

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Storm Path

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Ethylene Production in Isaac's Path

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