The price of the hypothetical NGL barrel at Mont Belvieu, Texas, rose for the 10th straight week, passing $29 for the first time since February.

Propane and butanes drove the increase, but ethane’s steady rally—stalled by Hurricane Harvey—gave indications of resuming with the realization that Mont Belvieu fractionators did not sustain serious damage and that the recovery from flooding was progressing.

Harvey dumped more than 50 inches of rain on Mont Belvieu, which severely impacted pumps and brine ponds. En*Vantage estimated that flooding shut down half of the hub’s 2 million barrel per day (MMbbl/d) fractionation capacity.