EIA’s mapping system and data series show energy infrastructure near hurricanes, wildfires

Tropical Storms Marco and Laura are in or approaching the U.S. Gulf Coast region, home to key U.S. energy infrastructure, and several wildfires are affecting large areas of California and Colorado. Both the storms and fires could affect local energy supply and demand, especially for transportation fuels and electricity. The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Energy Disruptions map shows storm and fire-related geographic data (also referred to as map layers) from the National Hurricane Center and the National Weather Service and EIA’s map layers for energy-related infrastructure such as high-voltage transmission lines, power plants, and petroleum bulk terminals.
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