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Southeast Gas Situation - Colonial Pipeline (1 Viewer)

WesL

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Morning everyone. Sounds like the gas situation is getting dire in the Southeast. Anyone having problems sourcing fuel? My friend Gary, who drives a big rig, said he couldn't find any fuel overnight in North Carolina.
 
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Seen a lot of lines for gas in Georgia - seems panic-induced as always whenever anything like this happens. Nothing too bad yet, though I haven't been tapped in too closely to local news on the situation.
 

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I got a full tank but everyone here is panic buying gas, the pumps are jammed pack when I drive by.
It's going to be toilet paper all over again.
 

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I haven't noticed anybody panic-buying up here yet, but I don't do a whole lot of driving these days. Apparently it is an issue in some parts of Virginia.

 
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Glad to see the pipeline is back in service, but everything is out where I’m currently at. About to start a 450 mile drive here shortly, just hoping to find enough places open to make it
 

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Glad to see the pipeline is back in service, but everything is out where I’m currently at. About to start a 450 mile drive here shortly, just hoping to find enough places open to make it

Seems like gas stations along the interstate are fairing better than in towns. Makes sense, as locals panic buying are hitting up the stations nearby. Both Love’s travel stops I’ve stopped at in SC and now GA have gas.
 

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