Mexico’s government, dealing with fuel shortages stemming from a crackdown on theft, is expected to postpone a new rule requiring pumping stations to sell cleaner diesel, according to sources with knowledge of the decision and documents from the regulator.  This marks the first delay of a 2016 regulation that had been expected to go into effect at the end of 2018. It has lost traction mainly due to lack of infrastructure, but also because of fears that it would exacerbate fuel shortages that emerged following President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s orders to shut key fuel pipelines to combat rampant theft, according to two of the sources. Lopez Obrador’s crackdown has led to long lines at stations as deliveries are largely being […]