Markets continue to recover following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. After all the hype related to Irma’s record strength, the impact on fueling infrastructure has been minimal. Most terminals are back in operations at this point, and vessels are rushing in to re-supply terminals in Tampa and Pt.[…]
Pre-Storm Fuel Demand Surges With Hurricane Irma looming, pre-storm fuel buying panic has set in, and consumers are rushing to top off their tanks before the storm hits. They’re finding, however, that there’s little product to be had, as Harvey’s fuel disruption has depleted the Southeast of fuel.[…]
Terminal Truck Lines Delay Deliveries While we're at the very early stages of normalizing fuel supply, one of the largest concerns currently hindering quick deliveries in Texas, Louisiana, and certain Southeast markets is long lines at terminal racks.