Hurricane Irma may cause problems for East Coast energy infrastructure

Hurricane Irma caused significant damage to the northeastern Caribbean and is currently projected to turn towards Florida this weekend. Current model forecasts project that Hurricane Irma will then pass along or just offshore the east coast of Florida, though the actual storm track could change from current advanced projections. To help analysts assess energy-related potential storm effects, EIA maintains an energy disruptions map that displays energy infrastructure and real-time storm information. View full post on Today in Energy

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