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UPDATED LIST: Texas Halts Natural Gas Exports as Chilly Outlook Persists
Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 945 Words
SUGAR LAND--February 18, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Thursday morning brought more bad news for Texas. About 500,000 Texans remain without power amid Winter Storm Uri, and Gov. Greg Abbott warned most of the state will be "below freezing" over the next day or so, adding that overall temperatures would not improve substantially until Saturday. Abbott on late Wednesday ordered natural gas producers not to export product out of state until February 21 and instead sell it to providers within Texas.
Within this article: A list of power, chemical, pipeline and refining facilities across Texas and southern Louisiana to have been shut down or otherwise affected by weather conditions
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