WASHINGTON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Energy Secretary Sam Bodman said on Thursday there would be disruptions in U.S. gasoline supplies in the next one to three weeks because of Hurricane Rita's path toward a Texas refinery hub. "There will be disruptions," Bodman told reporters. The U.S. gasoline market will also be more dependent on imports of fuel after the hurricane, he said. "How long they will last, I simply don't know." At least 12 Texas refineries and one in Louisiana were completely ...
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