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HOUSTON (Reuters) - Hurricane Sally crawled offshore along the U.S. Gulf Coast on Wednesday, moving away from oil fields while soaking the region with heavy rains that could damp fuel demand in the U.S. southeast. FILE PHOTO: Gas station attendants wrap pumps in plastic as Hurricane Sally approaches to Pass Christian, Mississippi, U.S., September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman/File Photo. The hurricane has shut more than a quarter of U.S. offshore Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production and stirred heavy seas that closed ports from Louisiana to Florida. It moved at a snail’s pace toward a Wednesday landfall on the coast between Mississippi and Florida. While Sally’s intensity lessened,... Full story

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