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While drivers in Yucatan may not be starved for gasoline, the fuel crisis could affect southeast Mexico in other ways.
Motorists lined up for a fourth straight day at gas stations in western Mexico Tuesday.
A gas-pump verification program run by the Federal Consumer Protection Agency (Profeco) ended with 27 pumps at 10 service stations being shut down for failing calibration tests.
We're about to see more non-Pemex brands pumping gas: OxxoGas, British Petroleum's Petro-7 and GasMark, said the Energy Regulatory Commission.
The international fuel brand Gulf will open its first two service stations in the capital of Yucatán.
After spending more than 400 pesos on gasoline a week, a young man has been commuting to work by bicycle — and he's not alone.
Gas prices continue to rise, but by 2019, market forces will benefit consumers, said a business chamber leader.
Real competition between gas stations begins on the Peninsula in 2018 when established brands begin to appear here.
Much to the relief of environmentalists and fishermen, a bid that had opened the possibility of oil exploration off Progreso has been modified to exclude the Yucatán Platform.
Drivers woke up Tuesday to higher prices at the pump, an increase that was predicted when Hurricane Harvey inhibited Gulf oil production.
Hurricane Harvey is battering Texas much worse than it did Mexico, but that doesn't mean the nation to the south won't be bruised.
Drivers started out Wednesday with the lowest prices in fuel since prices spiked back in January.
One of Mexico's major political parties is fighting a move to auction off a piece of Yucatán's Gulf for oil exploration.
One month after the president issued a decree that was supposed to protect Los Alacranes from oil exploration, the nearby Yucatán Platform is suddenly in play.
By the end of the year, some of the 246 gas stations across the state will be transformed into something even more useful.
President Enrique Peña Nieto has issued decrees prohibiting oil exploration less than 180 kilometers off the coast of Yucatán.
A group of young Yucatecan entrepreneurs in Mérida is pre-selling an app and meter that helps drivers verify which gas stations are honest and reliable.
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