When a hurricane strikes, most people do what it takes to avoid the storm. Not the reporters and field crews at The Weather Channel: To deliver real-time news about severe weather and its impact, reporters, camera operators, satellite trucks and news-gathering vehicles head into the thick of things. During these severe weather events, access to power and fuel can be nonexistent.
In the Weather Channel’s case, a partnership with Atlas Oil provided the resources to keep their operations running 24/7. This year, Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael wreaked devastating damage to the southeastern United States. The Weather Channel’s crew was able to provide live on-site coverage before, during and after the storms. Read this case study – 2018 Hurricane Season and discover how Atlas Oil made this possible and how their expertise and reliability shone through.