Analysis: Six months after Sandy, New York fuel supply chain still vulnerable | Reuters

(Reuters) – Six months after Hurricane Sandy ripped into the East Coast and triggered one of the worst energy crises in decades, there is scattered evidence companies and state agencies have moved to strengthen complex fuel supply networks against future storms.

But the measures taken by energy firms in New York and New Jersey are uneven, state initiatives remain on paper for now, and in the absence of an industry-wide response it’s unclear the region would fare much better should there be a next time.

via Analysis: Six months after Sandy, New York fuel supply chain still vulnerable | Reuters.

 

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