A man talks on a mobile phone while standing next to empty containers lined up at a gas station in Morelia, Mexico January 9, 2019. An offensive by Mexico's new government against fuel theft at one of the country's main refineries has led to shortages at gas stations across several central states. REUTERS/Alan Ortega

A man marks an empty container at a gas station, in Morelia, Mexico January 9, 2019. Violent criminal gangs have for years used fuel theft as a way to supplement their income, hurting Mexico's refineries, bleeding money from state coffers and driving bloodshed as they fight rivals and extort oil workers. REUTERS/Alan Ortega

People stand in line at a gas station, in Mexico City, Mexico January 9, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

People stand next to empty containers near a gas station, in Morelia, Mexico January 9, 2019. REUTERS/Alan Ortega

A man fills up the tank of a car, at a gas station in Morelia, Mexico January 9, 2019. REUTERS/Alan Ortega

A man carries a container with fuel as cars are lined up at a gas station, in Morelia, Mexico January 9, 2019. REUTERS/Alan Ortega