Colonial Pipeline has restarted operations after a cyberattack that led to gas shortages across much of the South, the company said Wednesday afternoon.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm first announced Colonial’s plans after speaking with the company’s CEO.
Minutes later, Colonial confirmed it “initiated the restart” at 5 p.m. ET. However, the company warned it will take several days for deliveries of transportation fuels to return to normal.
Some markets served by Colonial Pipeline may experience “intermittent service interruptions” during that time period. (Read more from “Colonial Pipeline Restarting Operations After Cyberattack” HERE)
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