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Posted September 20, 2017Today in Energy

Hurricane Irma cut power to nearly two-thirds of Florida's electricity customers ›

Hurricane Irma struck Florida on September 10, 2017, and knocked out power to 6.7 million electricity customers—64% of all customer accounts in the state—according to reports compiled by the Florida Division of Emergency Management. About 100,000 customers (1% of the state total) remained without power as of September 19. More


Source: EIA, based on data from Florida Division of Emergency Management and NOAA National Hurricane Center

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WTI crude oil futures price

9/19/2017: $49.48/barrel

up$1.25 from week earlier
up$6.18 from year earlier

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9/19/2017: $3.122/MMBtu

up$0.121 from week earlier
up$0.188 from year earlier

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9/18/2017: $2.634/gal

down$0.051 from week earlier
up$0.409 from year earlier

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9/15/2017: 472.8 million barrels 

up4.6 million barrels from week earlier
down1.1 million barrels from year earlier

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9/9/2017: 15.683 million tons

down0.738 million tons from week earlier
up0.234 million tons from year earlier

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