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Gas shortages persist after Colonial Pipeline restarts service

Gas stations in 12 states and the District of Columbia are still experiencing fuel shortages after Colonial Pipeline resumed service following a ransomware attack that caused the pipeline to shutdown, according to crowdsourced data collected by GasBuddy.

The state of play: Colonial Pipe said in a statement Wednesday it would take several days for the product delivery supply chain to return to normal following its restart.

By the numbers: The percentage of gas stations with fuel outages per state and D.C. as of 12:34 P.M. ET, according to GasBuddy:

  • Georgia: 47%
  • Alabama: 9%
  • Tennessee: 31%
  • South Carolina: 48%
  • North Carolina: 65%
  • Florida: 27%
  • Virginia: 45%
  • Maryland: 39%
  • Mississippi: 7%
  • West Virginia: 6%
  • Kentucky: 2%
  • District of Columbia: 88%

Of note: All data reported by GasBuddy is crowdsourced from app users and therefore may not reflect the most current information.

The big picture: The hacker group DarkSide, which was responsible for the ransomware attack that shut down the pipeline, claims to be shutting down after it lost access to the infrastructure needed to carry out its extortion operations.

  • Yes, but: Security experts warn that cyber criminal groups often disband and return under different names, and it therefore can't be determined if the disruption to DarkSide's infrastructure is legitimate or permanent.

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