November 5, 2012

Was the Gas Shortage Preventable?

Cyrus Sanati, Fortune Magazine

A combination of bad policy and poor planning exacerbated fuel shortages in New York and New Jersey last week and over the weekend, creating yet another headache for residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy. With a lack of backup power at pipeline pumping stations and gasoline storage facilities, it has been difficult to deliver fuel to the hardest hit areas of the storm. . .

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