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Entergy Texas Hurricane Beryl Alert

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 – 11:00 a.m.

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Entergy Texas to complete restoration for 50% of impacted customers by end of day, with restoration of 75% of impacted customers by end of day Friday

Entergy Texas crews continue restoring customers with outages caused by Hurricane Beryl. As of 11:00 a.m., approximately 152,000 customers are without power, down from a peak of 252,460 customers without power on Monday.

A workforce of more than 1,600 will continue working around the clock to complete restoration of 50% of customers impacted by the end of day Wednesday. The next milestone will be restoration of 75% of customers impacted by the storm by the end of the day Friday.

 

Estimated restoration dates by location are provided below.

 

*While many customers will be restored sooner, these dates describe when we expect to restore more than 90% of customers who can safely accept service.*

Area

Estimated Restoration Date

Beaumont Network (includes Bevil Oaks, China, Nome, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/11/2024

Navasota Network (includes Grimes County, Robertson County, Burleson County, Limestone County, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/11/2024

Orange Network (includes Bridge City, Pine Forest, Pinehurst, Rose City, Vidor, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/11/2024

Port Arthur Network (includes Groves, Nederland, Port Neches, Taylor Landing and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/11/2024

Winnie Network (includes Anahuac, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/11/2024

Dayton Network (includes Ames, Daisetta, Devers, Hardin, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/12/2024

Huntsville Network (includes Corrigan, Groveton, Madisonville, New Waverly, Normangee, North Zulch, Trinity, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/12/2024

Silsbee Network (includes Kountze, Lumberton, Woodville, Hardin County, Tyler County, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/12/2024

Bolivar Peninsula (includes Gilchrist, Port Bolivar and Crystal Beach)

No later than 7/12/2024

Cleveland Network (includes Patton Village, Plum Grove, Splendora, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/14/2024

Conroe Network (includes Montgomery, Panorama Village, Willis, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/14/2024

New Caney Network (includes Huffman, Porter, Roman Forest, Woodbranch, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/14/2024

Woodlands Network (includes Oak Ridge North, Shenandoah, Woodloch, and surrounding areas)

No later than 7/14/2024

Location specific information:

Conroe Network (Includes Montgomery, Panorama Village, Willis, and surrounding areas)

There are approximately 51,000 customers without power in the Conroe Network. The specific challenges to restoration efforts are downed trees and vegetation.

Damage assessments are 50% complete and have found:

  • 28 poles down
  • 35,700 feet of downed wire
  • 25 damaged transformers
  • 47 broken crossarms

Since our last update, crews have successfully restored power in the following locations: areas near 105 & Memoire, Helberg &1st street to Adkins, N. Loop 336 West to 75.

Crews are actively working to restore power in the following locations: Old Humble Rd. & Brooks Rd., Lake Paula Dr., West loop 105, Hilbig road near N. Loop 336.

 

Woodlands Network (includes Oak Ridge North, Shenandoah, Woodloch, and surrounding areas)

There are approximately 13,000 customers without power in the Woodlands network. Major issues in the area include downed trees and vegetation, as well as damage to high-voltage lines and substations.

Damage assessments are approximately 60% completed and have found:

  • 36 poles down
  • 44,700 feet of downed wire
  • 15 damaged transformers
  • 39 broken crossarms

Some areas are taking longer than others to restore as these are in complex and off-road areas.

 

New Caney Network (includes Huffman, Porter, Roman Forest, Woodbranch, and surrounding areas)

There are approximately 32,000 customers without power.

Damage assessments are underway and have found:

  • 27 poles down
  • 41,700 feet of downed wire
  • 9 blown transformers
  • 32 damaged crossarms

Crews are actively working to restore power in the following locations and surrounding areas: Along Gasoline Avenue to Bethal Baptist, Grace Lane, Lazy Pine Drive to North Wood Country Drive, Sorters Rd, Loop 494, McCleskey Rd, Russell Dr, River Ridge Rd, Aestival St. Subdivisions: Summer Hill, The Heights, Riverwalk, Cumberland, Brookwood Forest, Northpark Woods, Porter Mills, Timberland, Valley Ranch, Country Village.

 

Cleveland Network (includes Patton Village, Plum Grove, Splendora, and surrounding areas)

There are approximately 22,000 customers without power in the Cleveland Network. Noted challenges are vegetation issues and truck access.

Damage assessments are underway, with 65% complete, and have found:

  • 52 poles down
  • 89,000 ft of downed wire
  • 22 damaged transformers

Crews are actively working in various locations, with focus in Plum Grove Rd & Paul Campbell Loop, and the Splendora area. We have crews in North Cleveland along N Washington Ave working to energize near Oliver J Bell Unit.

Additional focus areas are West of 105 HWY near Jefferson Ave and East of 321 on the County Roads. We look to have Cleveland High School area back online by end of the day. The majority of workforce is working in town all around Cleveland such as E Houston St and S Travis Ave.

We are still actively scouting other damages in the surrounding areas.

 

Huntsville Network (includes Corrigan, Groveton, Madisonville, New Waverly, Normangee, North Zulch, Trinity, and surrounding areas)

There are 15,900 customers still without power. We were able to restore parts of New Waverly and Huntsville throughout the night. We have had additional crews arrive over night from out of state, with an additional 10 on the way expected to arrive today.

Downed trees, vegetation, damaged poles and downed power lines are the cause of most of the outages.

Damage assessments are 75% complete and have found:

  • 21 poles down
  • 58,000 feet of downed wire
  • 11 damaged transformers
  • 56 broken crossarms

Crews are continuing work in all locations throughout the Huntsville Network with focus on: Riverside and Trinity, Madison County, New Waverly, Near Tall Timbers and Spring Lake, and Elkins Lake.

 

Winnie Network (includes Anahuac, Bolivar Peninsula and surrounding areas)

There are approximately 8,700 customers without power in the Winnie Network.

There are flood waters, tree damage, road access issues, and the need for special equipment at Bolivar Peninsula.

Damage assessments are 100% complete and have found:

  • 13 broken crossarms
  • 14 poles down
  • 3 damaged transformers
  • 9,900 feet of wire down

Crews are actively working at Van Ostrand Road, E. Mexico, FM 1724, Bancroft Road, FM 1985, High Island and 6th street, Highway 65 at FM 1410 intersection, Loughridge Drive, 2518 FM 562, Todd Road at Eglin Road, multiple locations along FM 563, McBride, Jackson and Le Blanc Roads, and Old Mexico/Weeks Road.

 

Crews have successfully restored power to 222 Freeman, 5718 Highway 61, 2439 Highway 124, 2723 FM 563, 15708 Hwy 365, Indian Trails Dr and 2447 FM 563 in Anahuac.

 

Beaumont Network (includes Bevil Oaks, China, Nome, and surrounding areas):

There are approximately 1,600 customers currently without power.

Damage assessments are 75% complete and have identified the following damages:

  • 31 poles down
  • 45,000 feet of downed wire
  • 17 damaged transformers
  • 25 damaged crossarms

 

Since our last update, crews have successfully restored power in the following locations: Hardwood Ln, LandRum Cemetary Rd & Hwy 124, Spencer, Picadilly, Glenbrook, Ave E, I25 & I10, Dowlen & Savannah Trace, Woodway, Red Oak Ln., Maida & Helbig

Crews are actively working to restore power in the following locations: N. China Rd, Gulf States Rd, Weiss, Kolander, Ave A, Turner Rd, Morningside, Sweetgum Ln., Leaning Oaks

 

Dayton Network (includes Ames, Baston, Daisetta, Devers, Hardin, Hull, Huffman, Liberty, Saratoga, and surrounding areas)

There are approximately 4,700 customers with out power in the Dayton Network. Downed vegetation and truck access are slowing restoration efforts.

Damage assessments are 25% complete and have found:

  • 21 poles down
  • 22,800 feet of downed wire
  • 10 damaged transformers
  • 21 damaged crossarms

Since our last update, crews have successfully restored power in the following locations: Magnolia Ames Substation, Lisa Lane in Dayton, CR 2366 E of TX-146 in Liberty, MLK Rd/Walters Rd/FM 160 in Ames, Bob White Lane in Raywood, N Brown Rd FM 770 in Saratoga, 704 E Waring St in Dayton, CR 438 in Dayton, CR 667 in Dayton,

Crews are actively working to restore power in the following locations: Liberty off of 563, Woodland Hill off of HWY 321.Northcross in Dayton, CR 440 in Dayton, N Winfree & Marblehead in Dayton, CR 4431 in Dayton, CR 442 in Dayton, CR 4700 and CR 4702 in Dayton, CR 1170 in Raywood, CR 661 and Northcross Ln in Dayton, FM 1011 Old 834 W in Liberty, CR 1335B in Liberty, Between CR 147 and CR 149 in Liberty.

 

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