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The union representing petrol tanker drivers has promised that there will be no strikes over Easter.
Despite the announcement, there's been little reduction in the numbers of motorists queuing at stations across Wales.
The massive increase in demand has led to another day of intermittent supplies.
ITV Wales has been to one forecourt which ran out of fuel first thing this morning.
The reason why they have run out is simply due to the fact that they have been unable to keep up with the demand, as people are panic buying over fears tanker drivers are to strike.
Normally this particular garage, in Cyncoed in Cardiff, sells 2000 litres of unleaded petrol everyday.
Yesterday they sold 15,000 and this garage isn't unique there is a similar story across the rest of the country.
A petrol station in Cardiff say they sold 15,000 litres of fuel yesterday. They would expect to sell 2,000 litres on a normal day. The garage ran out of fuel at 7:30 this morning.
The main union for tanker workers, Unite, has ruled out strike action by tanker drivers over Easter to focus on talks.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has today told the UK Government to calm down and to stop spreading panic over potential fuel shortages.
The First Minister used a press conference to assure people that the UK does have enough fuel.
North Wales Fire Service is warning people that storingpetrol or other fuels at home presents a potential hazard and should be avoideddue to the risks involved. The advice comes after the UK government encouraged people to stock up on petrol ahead of any potential strike by tanker drivers.
Some petrol stations, including this one in Old Colwyn are restricting the amount of petrol and diesel that can bought to avoid running out of fuel. People are being urged not to panic buy, ahead of a potential tanker driver strike. No date has yet been set for any action.
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Fuel tanker drivers and their employers will try to resolve their dispute when they meet today.
Motorists across Wales are reporting regular but short term problems with buying petrol and diesel.