Houston — and much of the rest of the U.S. — are already seeing gasoline prices surge as the impact of refinery outages along the coast ripple down the value chain, but this is a survivable disruption as long as consumers can keep a level head.

As of Sept. 1, gasoline prices reached $2.243 per gallon, up 11 cents from the average in the week before Harvey made landfall, according to Boston-based GasBuddy. Local news reports in Dallas indicate a number, even a majority, of service stations without…

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Houston won't face gasoline shortages as long as its drivers don't panic