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Posted October 2, 2015Today in Energy

Hurricane Joaquin may cause problems for East Coast energy infrastructure ›

Hurricane Joaquin, which strengthened to a Category 4 storm on Thursday, is on track to move north along the East Coast this weekend, potentially bringing torrential rainfall and flooding to the region. To help analysts assess potential storm effects, EIA maintains an energy disruptions map that displays energy infrastructure and real-time storm information. More

Source: EIA, Energy Disruptions


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10/1/2015: $2.433/mmBtu

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9/26/2015: 17.509 million tons

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9/25/2015: 3,538 Bcf

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