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Federal Hurricane Resources


This is the main FEMA page for up-to-date resources and information on the federal response to Hurricane Dorian. Residents should also follow the direction of state, local, and tribal officials.


Department of Energy: Hurricane Hub

As the office responsible for executing the Department of Energy's roles as the federal government's Energy Sector Specific Agency and as the Emergency Support Function 12 under the National Response Framework, the Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) provides planning and emergency response support to state, locality, and energy sector partners ahead of and during natural disasters.


EIA Energy Disruptions

EIA tracks and reports on selected significant storms that impact or could potentially impact energy infrastructure. See past historical events reported on right or real-time storm tracking with energy infrastructure maps.


Launched in February 2003, Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to promote preparedness through public involvement.


National Hurricane Center

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is a component of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) located at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. The NHC mission is to save lives, mitigate property loss, and improve economic efficiency by issuing the best watches, warnings, forecasts, and analyses of hazardous tropical weather and by increasing understanding of these hazards. The NHC vision is to be America's calm, clear, and trusted voice in the eye of the storm and, with its partners, enable communities to be safe from tropical weather threats.


Enhancing Emergency Preparedness for Natural Disasters

The report provides advice on how the oil and natural gas industry and government can better prepare for and respond to significant disruptions to oil and natural gas supply chains caused by natural disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, etc. Although this study focuses on emergency scenarios caused by natural disasters, the outcomes from this study will be useful to DOE and industry in responding to impacts from a much broader range of potential incidents and vulnerabilities that result in energy disruptions.


Other Hurricane Information Links

NOAA/Hurricane Awareness

NOAA 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook

NPC Emergency Preparedness Study

DOE Energy Waiver Library


AFPM - Hurricane Response Information

EIA's Quick Energy Facts by State

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