UPDATE 1-U.S. gasoline inventories lowest since 1967--EIA


(Adds refineries shut, gasoline stocks, cities running out of fuel) WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - U.S. gasoline inventories have dropped to their lowest level since 1967 after Hurricanes Gustav and Ike shut Gulf Coast oil refineries, causing some supply shortages at service stations, the Energy Information Administration said Wednesday. Five oil refineries with a total capacity of 1.231 million barrels a day remained shut since Ike idled 14 plants, or a quarter of the nation's refined ...

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