Hurricane Dorian Emergency Fueling Preparedness
With the 2019 hurricane season in full swing, and Hurricane Dorian fast approaching, Jaguar Fueling, America’s Most Powerful Fueling Company, is on hand to meet all of your emergency fueling needs. Jaguar Fueling Services has the largest fuel distribution network in North America and can meet your critical fuel delivery needs any time, anywhere. Unlike other fuel delivery services who may not have the infrastructure and mobility to get to those hard to reach places, Jaguar Fueling can!
From emergency generator fueling to fuel storage solutions and rapid response fueling, Jaguar Fueling is ready at a moments notice, to get your fuel to you when and where you need it the most.
We are Jaguar Fueling Services. We offer rapid solutions for all of your fueling and emergency fueling needs. Jaguar Fueling Services is a premier fueling service in North America. Jaguar has access to every fuel terminal throughout North America with unlimited allocation. We have a network and team that is set up for emergency dispatching to communicate via email, text or phone to ensure deliveries are made at our customer’s request. Emergency fuel orders can be filled within 1 to 8 hours after a request is made.
Call Jaguar Fueling Services today for help with your Hurricane Dorian Preparations
This is a quick update on the weather affecting the southern United States, specifically Florida. At Jaguar Fueling Services we strive to keep our clients up to date as they plan to respond to events like these.
As it stands, all forecast models suggest that Hurricane Dorian could potentially grow to become a Category 4 event with winds reaching 130mph by as early as Sunday morning. This, according to the National Hurricane Center. As of approximately 11:00 this morning Dorian is described as a Category1 storm with winds at 85mph and located approximately 215 miles north by northwest of San Juan, Peurto Rico, with a northwest trajectory. The storm appears to be moving at 13mph.
As of 11 a.m., Dorian remained a Category 1 storm with winds continuing to swirl at 85 mph. It was 220 miles north-northwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico, moving northwest at 13 mph. The hurricane center’s next complete advisory will be at 5 p.m.
According to meteorologists, the storm is moving over warm water with low vertical shear. These conditions are prime for strengthening the storm, and it is expected that the storm will likely strengthen to a Category 3 event by Friday. Tracking models indicate that the storm will peak in intensity as it makes landfall south of Cape Canaveral on Monday. Of course, it is still too soon pinpoint the actual location of landfall we do know that the likelihood of storm surges on Florida’s east coast increase with each passing moment.
Wednesdays models indicate that Dorian has slowed and that the center of the storm will hit land in the early hours of the day on Monday. Some suggest that it could very well be a Category 2 storm as it moves over the Orlando area.
The overnight forecast models showed the storm slowing somewhat, with the center now hitting land early morning Monday. By early Tuesday morning, it could still be a Category 2 hurricane as it moves over the Orlando area.
In expectation of the storm, Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency:
“Today, I am declaring a state of emergency to ensure Florida is fully prepared for Hurricane Dorian,” DeSantis said. “It’s important for Floridians on the East Coast to monitor this storm closely. Every Florida resident should have seven days of supplies, including food, water and medicine, and should have a plan in case of disaster. I will continue to monitor Hurricane Dorian closely with emergency management officials. The state stands ready to support all counties along the coast as they prepare.”
For many of our client’s, preparation for the inbound storm is the number one priority. Jaguar Fueling Services, headquartered in the Houston area has the largest network of emergency fuel supplies in North America and is ready to meet the demands of our clients’ needs.
We are “all-hands-on-deck” in preparation to respond to the events that will unfold as we enter the Labor Day holiday. While the nation enjoys the break, we will be in the thick of it all with our friends and customers in Florida.
Jaguar Fueling Services is actively responding to the storm by activating a full team of fuel delivery drivers with more than 20 bobtail delivery trucks capable of transporting 4500 gallon loads. Our transport trucks have the capability of hauling 7,500 gallons of fuel. We are fully equipped with mobile fuel storage tanks to provide to our generator fuel customers. Our dispatch teams in Houston and Florida are hard at work to get fuel to our customers in need. Of course, we have our sales support in house 24 hours a day through the duration of the storm. With boots on the ground in all probable landfall locations, Jaguar Fueling is poised to spring in to action at those critical moments of need. If you need to schedule fueling, give us a call today. We have scheduled transprot fuel in staging areas for distribution once local fuel is depleted. As of Sunday evening, it is reported that 35% of Florida is without fuel. Contact Jaguar Fueling today for all of your service needs.
To help you with your preparation for the storm, we have put together a checklist which may prove useful as you begin your activities ahead of the upcoming storm.