Gulf Coast Oil Glut: Texas Crude Flows to Refineries

The United States is importing about 20 percent less crude oil since imports peaked in 2005, and a big reason is what's going on in Texas. Oil production is surging right here at home, with consequences affecting the Texas Gulf Coast.


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