Supply in the U.S. has been improving significantly over the past few days. Today, Mansfield moves diesel in the Southeast (excluding Georgia) to Code Green, indicating a return to normal supply levels. Gasoline supply in the southeast remains on Code Orange, as high retail demand has continued to[…]
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.[…]
Irma has blown through Florida quite quickly, with South Florida already beginning to assess the damage from the storm. The storm has progressively lost its force, downgrading to a Category 1 as it tracked passed Tampa and now falling to Tropical Storm status. The storm’s center is expected to[…]
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[…]
Hurricane Irma is still forecast to hit, or at least scrape, Florida, bringing catastrophic damage to Miami and along the coast regardless of the path it takes. The latest NHC models show the storm’s path hugging the eastern coastline or traveling through Florida.
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.[…]
Irma Brings a New Threat While refineries are still struggling to restart following the destruction of Harvey, Hurricane Irma is bringing a new threat. The storm was upgraded to a Category 5 today as it hurdles towards the Caribbean islands, where it's expected to bring catastrophic destruction.
Tropical Storm Harvey has moved back out to the Gulf of Mexico, allowing it to pick up moisture before returning to hit land in eastern Texas and Louisiana. The storm is forecast to make its second landfall near Galveston, TX, bringing continued rain to the eastern Texas coastline. The storm will[…]