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More than 7,000 National Grid customers are left with no brutal cold during a gas accident in Rhode Island

22nd January 2019 By Kevin Byrne AccuWeather contributor, writer 22nd January 2019, 10:22:17 PM EST Share: Governor of Rhode Island, Gina Raimondo, declared state of emergency in Newport County, Rhode Island, after more than 7,000 National Grid Utility customers were found on Monday without heat, as the region was hit by extreme cold. In a statement, the company said it …

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The Latest: Mexicans remember a geyser of gas

The Most Recent Pipeline Fire in Mexico (All Local Times): 13:30 A resident of the Mexican Hidalgo state says civilians have ignored soldiers' warnings in an explosion of geysers Gasoline, killing at least 66 people. Gerardo Perez Gutierrez said: "We are stubborn." Perez said he returned to the burnt field on Saturday, when the massive fireball broke out on the …

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Mexico has gas shortages as the government acts against Narbo fuel thieves

A biker takes a breather waiting for fuel in Mexico City (Tim MacFarlan) The Mexicans suffered gas shortage for a week as the government took drastic action to combat narco fuel thieves. Several states in the center of the country, including the capital Mexico City, have seen hundreds of gas stations have been closed and long lines have been left …

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Mexico's gas shortage threatens a Super Bowl snack

However, this could have a major impact on the United States. Gas stations in at least six Mexican states and the country's capital have been running empty for days. It has caused a big public outcry. There are some concerns that exports could be affected. Reuters reported this week that gas shortages could get in the way of Super Bowl …

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French & # 39; yellow west & # 39; Rail against unreflected Macron, tear gas in Paris

PARIS (Reuters) – French "yellow vests" marched on Saturday through Paris and other cities to protest the high cost of living and the supposed indifference of President Emmanuel Macron, whose government this week hardened their stance against them. The street protests began peacefully in the French capital, but were degenerated later in the afternoon as the demonstrators threw rockets at …

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Why lower gas prices are both good and bad for the US economy

Hundreds of thousands of oil workers lost their jobs a few years ago when crude oil plummeted to $ 26 a barrel. Dozens of energy companies went bankrupt. The business expenses declined. The energy stocks tumbled and drifted on Wall Street to chaos. The United States has become a major energy company since the downturn of 2014-2016. Repealed by the …

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The US is burning gas across the Mexican border to stop migrants

Recent Emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered delivered the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE Jan. 2, 2019 / 5:02 AM GMT / Source: Associated Press TIJUANA, Mexico – US authorities fired tear gas into Mexico in the early hours of the new year, about 150 To repel migrants who tried …

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