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Why have gasoline prices gone up on the East Coast recently? This map shows the Colonial Pipeline, which normally transports about 40% of the gasoline sold on the East Coast. The Colonial Pipeline developed a leak in Alabama earlier this month, requiring it to be shut down for repairs and squeezing gasoline supplies in the states served. Service has reportedly been restored. www.colpipe.com/images/default-source/default-album/colpipe-map.png?sfvrsn=2
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