(Repeats, fixes technical glitch) (Adds Apache quotes, paragraphs 12 and 13) NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - A quarter of U.S. refining capacity and oil production remained paralyzed on Tuesday in the wake of hurricanes Rita and Katrina, rekindling worries that the world's biggest energy consuming nation could face fuel shortages in the coming months. Oil companies struggled to restart their crippled refineries, pipelines and platforms, as the White House called on Americans to conserve ...
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