Press Release | 10.18.22
HOUSTON – Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS), a fully-integrated service provider for owners of energy infrastructure assets, announced that four CAMS-operated facilities in Florida remained online per dispatch and operated throughout Hurricane Ian, continuing to provide power to their communities.
No safety or environmental issues were reported at the facilities and thankfully, all employees were safe with little to no damage to their personal properties. “In the wake of Hurricane Ian, our teams at the Florida facilities worked hard to repair minor damages and restore normal operations while continuing to provide much-needed power to their communities,” said Bryan Stout, Vice President of CAMS Operations and Maintenance. “It is important for CAMS to continually evaluate our operational methods to promote safe and reliable business practices, especially during emergencies.”
Throughout Hurricane Ian, two CAMS-operated facilities remained online and operated safely with constant monitoring from CAMS personnel. All plant units operated with no issues reported. The other two CAMS-operated facilities remained 100% available throughout the hurricane and operated per dispatch safely with additional staffing and continuous monitoring.
The preparedness and timely actions of our CAMS employees at these facilities were critical during Hurricane Ian, and their outstanding performance in upholding operations did not go unnoticed.
Hurricane Ian, the fifth most powerful storm to hit the U.S. territories, started in Cuba as a hurricane on September 27, 2022. Hurricane Ian traveled across the Gulf of Mexico and developed into a category four hurricane, moving to pass Florida before dissipating back to category 2.
At CAMS, we maintain safe and reliable assets and are committed to the health and safety of our employees, customers, and communities. Since 2007, CAMS has managed energy assets that provide reliable fuel, transportation, and power to grids throughout the U.S. and Europe. Learn more about CAMS’s commitment to safety.