Analysis | How a Key U.S. Pipeline Got Knocked Out by Hackers

One potential way is the Kinder Morgan-operated Plantation Pipeline, even though it only extends as far north as Washington, D.C., and has a capacity of 720,000 barrels a day, far short of Colonial’s. And while all of the major segments of Colonial’s system remain offline, some smaller so-called laterals connecting specific fuel terminals to delivery points are in service. Meantime, President Biden has at his disposal an array of emergency powers that could help alleviate the pressure.


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