WSJ’s Glenn Hall: Harvey Will Be the ‘Most Expensive Storm’ to Hit the U.S.

‘Think about the refineries being shut down for over a week, the ports being shut down —‘

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HALL: "We have for the governor calling for more funding than we provided for hurricane Katrina by Congress so using that as a benchmark this would be the most expensive storm to hit the United States. We also have a variety of other damages we will be looking at and the impact. Think about the refineries being shut down for over a week, the ports being shut down from us to week and then all of the business impact globally."

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