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.
Category 2 Hurricane Dorian is moving north and influencing gasoline and diesel liftings and demand.
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.
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.
The Category 4 Hurricane Dorian track is mostly in line with Sunday’s projections with the storm expected to hug the coast line putting Georgia and the Carolinas also in the cross hairs of the storm.