Texas deep freeze shuts vital Houston ship channel

Feb 18 2021


A deep freeze that hit Texas over the weekend wrought more havoc on the U.S. energy sector on Tuesday, shutting the Houston Ship Channel, a 53-mile (85 km) waterway crucial to oil and fuel exports.

 

 

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