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A look back at the ‘most powerful’ Hurricane Dorian

Dorian was the most powerful hurricane on record to strike the Bahamas with sustained winds of 185 miles per hour matching the second strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic.

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Severe weather season starts in Australia

The types of severe weather typically experienced in Australia is influenced by very different geographical and regional climate drivers.

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Large swathes of corn belt likely to need drying this year

A lot of propane could be needed for crop drying this year because the total area in the Corn Belt that could require it is substantial.

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Understanding climate change and the link to your operational risk

Understanding climate change and developing a risk awareness for the potential impact of drought, flooding, extreme temperatures, and intense storms can help reduce potential disruption to your business.

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Fire Season Starts Early for Eastern Australia

Multiple ferocious fires across southeastern Queensland and northern New South Wales are making this the earliest, most severe start to Australia’s fire season on record.

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Dorian creates power outages, decline in gasoline demand

Category 2 Hurricane Dorian is moving north and influencing gasoline and diesel liftings and demand.

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Dorian impact – Florida gasoline liftings, demand plummet

Hurricane Dorian is forecast to remain offshore as it passes Florida and Georgia approaching the Carolinas. Gasoline and diesel liftings that we are monitoring have started to decline except for Selma, N.C.

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Gasoline liftings mostly decrease as Dorian swerves away from Florida, Georgia

DTN expects Dorian will not make landfall in the United States at this time. Gasoline and diesel liftings of product from the terminals have started to decline except for Charleston.

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