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Listen: Gasoline shipments on Colonial Pipeline are in high demand as imports decline

Even after US gasoline prices reached historic highs during the coronavirus pandemic, they somehow found more room to rise in 2022 after Russia invaded Ukraine. Strong demand and a lack of imports into the US Atlantic Coast resulted in unprecedented interest to ship barrels on Colonial Pipeline. The only problem? It wasn't enough.

Light ends manager Andrea Salazar and US gasoline reporters Anna Trier and Jordan Daniel discuss how gasoline prices have fared in this tight market and whether prices are seeing any relief.

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