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Storm Alberto triggers oil worker evacuation in U.S. Gulf [Reuters]

ROYAL DUTCH SHELL (RDS.B)  More Company Research Source: Reuters
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PDF Storm Alberto triggers oil worker evacuation in U.S. Gulf | Reuters 4 Min Read HOUSTON (Reuters) - Subtropical Storm Alberto, the first named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, is forcing the evacuation of oil workers from the U.S. Gulf of Mexico as it moves toward a Monday landfall between New Orleans and Florida’s panhandle. Royal Dutch Shell has begun evacuating some oil platform workers in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and shut production at one energy hub as a precautionary measure, the company said on Friday afternoon. Production and drilling operations elsewhere in the Eastern Gulf had not been affected, it added. The National Weather Service (NWS) on Friday issued a tropical storm warning from Grand Isle, Louisiana, to Indian Pass, Florida. It forecast the storm would bring heavy rain and flash flooding during the Memorial Day holiday weekend to the central Gulf Coast region and the southeastern United States this weekend and into next week. Other U.S. energy companies wit [Read more]

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