Canada After attack on pipeline: bottlenecks on US petrol stations
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After the cyber attack on the largest gasoline pipeline in the US, it has come to bottlenecks in the southeast of the country.
The Expert Patrick de Haan from the market analysis company Gasbuddy announced on Wednesday afternoon (local time) on Twitter, in the state of North Carolina no gasoline is available at almost two of three petrol stations. In Virginia, 44 percent of the petrol stations are affected, in South Carolina and Georgia are 43 percent each. In other states in the southeast of the United States, there were therefore bottlenecks.
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In the US capital Washington, De Haan's data was affected every tenth petrol station. Motorists in the Greater Washington reported empty dispensers and long snakes before gas stations that still had fuel available. The US government had called the citizens on Tuesday to hoard no fuel. "We have gasoline, we just have to bring it to the right places," said Energy Minister Jennifer Granolm.
The scarcity has driven the fuel prices in the US to the highest level since 2014. The operator Colonial wants to bring the pipeline back to normal until the end of the week. The company transports about 45 percent of all fuels spent on the east coast. At the end of the past week, the company had taken certain systems for a cyber attack from the network to contain the threat.
The US Environmental Protection Agency EPA released certain legal requirements for fuels in response to the scarcity. EPA boss Michael Regan said on Wednesday, one is aware that the fuel bottlenecks because of the pipeline attack "cause stress and confusion in the lives of people".
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