Comments about the article made me revisit this.
The text in the tweet (at least about long lines) did appear in the original New York Times article on May 10.
Since the pipeline shutdown, there have been no long lines at gasoline stations
But from Internet Archive records, it appears that the New York Times made a silent retraction of that statement on May 11 sometime between 3:20am and 5:50am GMT, with further edits later.
The retraction, plus the current version of the article is sufficient to show that both "no long lines" and "no price hikes" claims are false.
The price of gas has shot up in several states. Motorists have been yelling at one another to move out of the way as they hog pumps to fill up multiple gas cans to hoard.
The @nytimes tweet is simply detritus of the earlier false (or at least immediately outdated) reporting.