WASHINGTON, April 27 (Reuters) - The Bush administration on Thursday asked major U.S. oil companies and refiners to make emergency plans to ensure consumers can still buy gasoline if a hurricane disrupts energy infrastructure or knocks out the electricity at service stations. "We ask that you review your company's operations, from pipeline to gas pump, to assess and close quickly any gaps in your emergency power capabilities especially along likely evacuation routes," Energy Secretary Sam ...
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