Hurricane Joaquin’s Threats To Energy Infrastructure, In Maps

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Hurricane Joaquin is moving up the Atlantic Ocean, having strengthened into a Category 4 storm, but as of Friday morning, it appears the storm won’t directly hit the East Coast of the United States. The U.S. hasn’t been hit by a storm of a Category 3 or larger in over a decade. Hurricane Sandy, despite the widespread destruction, was just a Category 1 hurricane. However, serious flooding is still predicted, even if the storm doesn’t make landfall. And major storms such as these, in addition to the threats to human life, can present…

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