The Port of Corpus Christi has reopened with barges containing fuel coming in.
The Colonial Pipeline may be ready to return to service soon, the company said.
On Saturday afternoon, Colonial said it “made more progress towards a projected Sunday restart” of the system east of Texas, but warned the Sunday restart was a “projection” and “dependent on a number of considerations.”
Colonial said Saturday that the remainder of the Colonial system continues to operate “with available supply.”
But, government officials said Saturday that deliveries from Lake Charles, Louisiana east to Greensboro, North Carolina are only intermittent, according to WNCN-TV in Raleigh, NC.
A pipeline that delivers gasoline from Houston to Oklahoma has been reversed and gas is flowing into the Houston area.
Govenor Greg Abbott announced Friday that refineries are coming back online.
Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton Friday tweeted that “there’s gas. We just have to get it (to) pumps.”
Meanwhile, retail U.S. gasoline prices continued to rise, up more than 17.5 cents since Aug. 23, before the storm began.
They were at $2.59 a gallon on Saturday, according to AAA, nearly 17% higher than a year ago on average .