At least six people were killed in the southeast of the United States after Hurricane Zeta hit the Gulf Coast on Wednesday.
More than two million people were left without power. Hurricane Zeta slammed into the Gulf Coast and moved northeast.
Hurricane Zeta cut 4 million barrels over four days this week.
Zeta spun up in the Caribbean Sea and went from a tropical storm to a damaging one. It struck Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and raced across the Gulf of Mexico to hit the U.S. coast.