White House says fuel supply returning through Colonial Pipeline but normalcy will take ‘few days’

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    The White House on Friday said fuel supplies are coming back through the re-opened Colonial Pipeline but it would take a “few days” to return to normal. “We know that supply is returning and that the end is in sight,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. “We want to remind the public that it will take a few days to fully return to normal,” she said, and again urged Americans to only buy the gasoline they need. Colonial Pipeline on Wednesday moved to fully reopen its 5,500 mile pipeline, which provides around 45% of fuel needs to the U.S. East Coast. Oil futures CL00, +2.40% CLM21, +2.40% rose Friday, as the pipeline reopened after being shut down since last weekend in response to a ransomware attack.

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