- 4-Week # shares sold: 25,002
- 12-Week # shares sold: 148,339
- 24-Week # shares bought: 40,000
- 24-Week # shares sold: 982,707
- 4-Week # shares sold: 87,515
- 12-Week # shares sold: 113,865
- 24-Week # shares sold: 183,179
A double whammy of Hurricanes to the southern U.S. will leave Florida travelers paying more to fill up the tank for much longer than the rest of the country, according to industry analysts. Unfortunately, the rapid resupply of Florida's major ports in Tampa and the Everglades and the resumption of service by major Caribbean fuel storage operator Buckeye Energy Partners may not be enough to solve the problem.
Companies like Buckeye Partners, Chevron and Exxon could feel more pain this week if Florida ports that supply much of the state's gasoline and energy needs are shut in ahead of the Category 5 storm.
The agency says 3 million barrels of U.S. crude were depleted this week, and reports show 33 million barrels of global capacity could be shut in due to the storm.
The analysts say the partnership's refining-focused services are more insulated from the volume declines seen in much of the industry.