New troubles at the distributor, which restored services on May 12 after being hit by a cyberattack two weeks ago, keep a shortage of petrol stations from Alabama to Washington at risk.
Colonial Pipeline, the largest fuel network in the United States You were trying to resume service after you were hit by a cyberattack two weeks agoYou have been experiencing network issues that have left customers without access to your fuel shipments.
The system, which allows customers to reserve space in the pipeline, make changes to their batches or receive updates on the fuel that travels through the system, remains inaccessible, according to carriers who have requested anonymity because the information is not public. . The pipeline appears to continue to operate despite the communications cut.
Colonial said in a notice to her clients, “It is now You encounter network problems that affect users’ ability to enter and update “information”, And that you are working to restore the service. Pipeline suppliers use a communication system known as Transport 4 to access the Colonial Network on a daily basis to ensure timely receipts and shipments of fuel of various grades.
The colonial system, a major supply route transporting nearly 2.5 million barrels per day of refined products like gasoline and diesel to the east coast of the United States, resumed service on May 12 after an attack by hackers. Close the entire process. Gas stations from Alabama to Washington, D.C. have run out of fuel in a wave of panic buying and are still recovering. The trucks are working overtime to get petrol from the pipeline to the point of sale.