Mexico City pipeline hit by ‘sabotage’ amid crackdown on fuel theft

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A major fuel pipeline that supplies Mexico City remained closed after two ruptures in a single day, the president said on Friday, as the government works to stem shortages that have frustrated motorists and triggered economic risks. Gas burns off at a stack flare ar the Mexico’s state-owned company Pemex refinery

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