Hurricane Florence likely to affect Southeast U.S. electric power, transportation fuels

Published 13 September 2018

Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina as a Category 3 storm on Saturday. The storm’s high winds and heavy rainfall are likely to affect energy infrastructure throughout the region, particularly for electricity transmission and distribution, while widespread evacuations and disruptions to normal business operations could alter electricity demand and supply and demand patterns for transportation fuels.

Source: Today in Energy – Hurricane Florence likely to affect Southeast U.S. electric power, transportation fuels

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