Last Sunday (29), the region of the coast of Louisiana, in the United States, recorded the passage of Hurricane Ida. Among the impacts suffered by the phenomenon considered extremely dangerous is the interruption of oil production and energy supply.
It is estimated that more than 95% of Gulf of Mexico production had to be stopped, since for safety reasons, workers had to be removed from platforms and probes. It is estimated that this impact will result in increased fuel prices.
On the other hand, local power was experiencing interruptions as the storm passed and despite the commitment of the Louisiana Energy Company, some locations may still take time to have their energy restored, as the phenomenon caused damage that hinders the passage of technicians.
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