Diesel supply concerns have begun to emerge in West Texas and New Mexico. Markets experiencing tightness include Odessa, El Paso, Abilene, Amarillo, Lubbock, and Albuquerque.
Tropical Storm Nate, as it became this morning, continues its trek towards the U.S. Since yesterday, the storm's path has shifted west, with landfall now expected around New Orleans, though of course the path could change as the storm moves closer.
Mansfield has gone to Orange Alert in anticipation of Tropical Depression #16 strengthening into Tropical Storm Nate. Currently, the system has sustained winds of 45 mph, but it is expected to grow as it travels towards the Gulf Coast. Current forecasts show possible landfalls anywhere from New[…]
This morning, Mansfield officially moved to Code Orange for the Southeast from Mississippi to North Carolina. Virginia remains on Code Red due to some supply tightness in Norfolk. Throughout the Southeast, supply is significantly improved, though carrier capacity remains a constraint in some[…]
The latest models show Hurricane hitting the center of Florida as a Category 4 hurricane and tracking directly through the middle of the state. With a diameter of roughly 400 miles, Irma will impact both sides of the state, though the east coast will be the most heavily impacted as the storm’s[…]
Our thoughts at Mansfield are with those who have affected by Tropical Storm Harvey. Mansfield is committed to supporting the recovery efforts in the area. If you would like to provide aid, please join us in supporting the Red Cross as they help those in need because of the storm. If you’d like to[…]
Tank Maintenance Suggestion: If your company has underground storage tanks in the impacted zones, make sure you’re familiar with the EPA’s safety recommendations for returning the tank to service. NACS Online has compiled the information you need to make sure that no further damage comes to your[…]
Tropical Storm Harvey continues to gain strength as it hurtles through the Gulf Coast, with landfall expected in South Texas and Louisiana. Heavy rainfall is expected in this region, which could impact refinery operations, marine traffic, and trucking logistics in the region. Harvey is expected to[…]
Tropical Storm Harvey is located just off the coast of Texas. Strong winds and cumulative rainfall between four and eight inches are expected to hit the Houston area Thursday evening through Sunday, bringing a high risk of flooding and power outages throughout the area. Harvey is expected to move[…]