Subtropical Storm Beryl formed on Friday off the coast of South Carolina. National Warning Center issued a hurricane storm warning for parts of the Southeast U.S. coast.
Beryl has reached a speed of 45 miles per hour (75 kilometers per hour). He is now in the Atlantic 490 miles east of Charleston, South Carolina, according to the Center in Miami.
Beryl could threaten oil and gas platforms, drilling and production of oil and gas.
It is predicted that the storm would eventually return to the Atlantic without hitting the Gulf of Mexico, where the focus offshore oil and gas platforms.