The physical devastation from Hurricane Harvey's rains and floodwaters will not quickly be forgotten by the Texas Gulf Coast. The long-term geopolitical impact of the storm remains to be seen, but it serves to highlight an ongoing trend within the United States. Energy security in the United States is much more focused on infrastructure and distribution than it is on physical supply in today's globally integrated market. To that end, we are looking for indications that the impact of Harvey will accelerate a push toward widening distribution networks near population centers and eventually increase the strategic focus on storing refined product to help compensate for these kinds of major disruptions. While it will take time for Harvey's influence on the U.S. energy sector to manifest, in this visual anthology we explore the immediate impact of the storm, especially on the residents of Texas.