Colonial Pipeline slowly restarts as Southeast U.S. scrambles for fuel


Colonial Pipeline began to slowly restart the nation’s largest fuel pipeline network on Wednesday after a ransomware attack shut the line, triggering fuel shortages and panic buying in the southeastern United States. After halting 2.5 million barrels per day of shipments of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel last Friday, Colonial pipeline partly restarts the nation’s largest fuel pipeline network.  It will take several days for the 5,500 mile (8,850 km) pipeline to return to normal operations, Colonial said, even as motorists in southeastern states jammed stations seeking fuel. A return to ample supplies could take two weeks, analysts said….

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