Now reported are shortages of gasoline across Texas. Other places in the USA?
A good deal of what's produced at Texas and Louisiana refineries makes its way across the nation by pipeline, those are unaffected this time, if not moving much fuel.
A significant event causing not simply a shutdown but permanent closure of a significant portion of refining or transport capacity, will cause prices of fuel to shoot up until equilibrium is re-established; supply increases and/or demand falls. Repeated events will cause an ever increasing rise in the price.
We're seeing one effect of The Shift now, to be repeated. You are aware.