SUGAR LAND, Texas, Oct. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Refiners and producers in the U.S. Oil & Gas Industry breathed a sigh of relief Monday morning, as Hurricane Nate, the third hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in six weeks, proved to be far less impactful than predecessors Harvey and Irma. No storm-related deaths or serious injuries were reported, and most power outages in the affected areas were expected to be repaired within a few days. Industrial Info is tracking more than 200 industrial plants on the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama that are in Nate's path.
Industrial Info's new Disaster Impact Tracker is monitoring the course of the storm and its potential impact on plant operations. The Disaster Impact Tracker allows users to see the plants that are affected by a natural disaster, such as hurricanes or earthquakes, and those that could be impacted by future weather-related events. The tool uses numerous third-party organizations to obtain the most accurate information on natural disasters and how they affect plants within the "disaster zone." Download today's report here.
Within this article: Details on Nate's impact on the U.S. Gulf Coast's oil and gas industry, including facilities from Phillips 66, Royal Dutch Shell plc and Chevron Corporation.
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