Fuel stock levels were found to vary across the country - and while Yorkshire appeared to be feeling the impact of the crisis on Sunday, it was by no means the worst hit region.
Stocks were lower than the pre-crisis national average across Yorkshire and The Humber at the weekend, at 28 per cent.
The figures came after government analysis suggested the fuel crisis is easing in Yorkshire.North-east England appeared relatively unaffected by the crisis on Sunday, with average stock levels at 33% in this region, while the North-west had stocks of 28%.
At the other end of the scale, South-east England had just 16% while London didn't fare much better with 18%.
England was the hardest hit nation in Britain on Sunday, with average fuel stock levels of 23% across the country, compared to 35% in Scotland and 30% in Wales.
Here is a breakdown of average fuel stock levels at filling stations on Sunday:
North-east England: 33%
North-west England: 28%
Yorkshire and The Humber: 28%
East Midlands: 22%
West Midlands: 26%
East of England: 19%
South-east England: 16%
South-west England: 26%