New tropical system could threaten Gulf Coast oil industry

New tropical system could threaten gulf coast oil industry

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “New tropical system could threaten Gulf Coast oil industry” – below is their description.

AccuWeather Meteorologist Adam Del Rosso joins Shep Smith to report on another potential hurricane forming in the Caribbean. Forecasters say this one could cause havoc with oil refineries along the Gulf Coast.

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