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Imelda Disrupts U.S. Gulf Coast Energy Operations from Refineries to Terminals

Reuters, September 19, 2019 By Erwin Seba HOUSTON, Sept 19 (Reuters) – Energy infrastructure on the U.S. Gulf Coast was hit hard by Tropical Storm Imelda on Thursday, as flooding forced a major refinery, a key oil pipeline, terminals and a ship channel in Texas to shut, according to sources familiar with operations. Torrential rain has inundated the Gulf Coast …

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Bahamas Staggers from Dorian’s Devastation

Reuters, September 4, 2019 By Dante Carrer MARSH HARBOUR, Bahamas, Sept 4 (Reuters) – Survivors of Hurricane Dorian on Wednesday picked through the wreckage of homes ripped open by fierce winds, struggled to fuel generators and queued for food after one of the most powerful Caribbean storms on record devastated parts of the Bahamas. The most damaging storm to strike …

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Latest Video: Dorian 2019 – The Bahamas getting hit HARD

PortandTerminal.com, September 1, 2019 Dorian smashed the northern Bahamas today (Sunday) and continues to menace the southeastern coast of the United States from Florida to the Carolinas. Dorian pounded the Bahamas with sustained winds of 185 m.p.h. and gusts over 220 m.p.h., driving residents to seek refuge in shelters and churches. More devastating footage from the Abacos islands, #Bahamas this …

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Dorian a deadly Cat 4 storm. Florida may escape direct hit. Carolinas threatened.

PortandTerminal.com, August 31, 2019 MIAMI, FL – Hurricane Dorian has intensified and become an “extremely dangerous” category 4 storm, as it bore down on the north-western Bahamas early on Saturday en route to the US east coast. Category 4 hurricanes are the most deadly to ever have hit the United States. The deadliest of them all was Galveston Category 4 Hurricane that …

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