US allow extra oil tankers to provide fuel to storm-damaged areas

By Finance

Department of Homeland Security will allow more oil tankers to deliver fuel to the areas damaged by the Hurricane Sandy.
The restrictions will be immediately changed on foreign flagged ships and they will be able to access US ports in order to deliver fuel to northeast terminals.
Homeland Security's first priority is to be sure that people impacted from the Hurricane Sandy are safe and in good health.

The Department of Homeland Security Department informed that the government was ready to take additional actions as necessary to ensure that the storm-damaged area's energy needs were met.