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When the power went out for more than a year, it wasn’t a gas outage but a gas-station outage

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A gas station in South Africa lost power last December after the company ran out of gas and was unable to restart the pumps.

The gas company blamed a transformer issue for the outage.

It was a first in South African history, and a milestone for South Africa’s new government, which took office in 2014.

The blackout affected a small town in southern South Africa called Romblon.

It took until December for the company to issue a gas recall.

Romblons owners, who are not in the business of gas-based energy, didn’t want to be the first to run out of fuel.

They hired an experienced technician, who ran through all the safety and operational procedures in the company’s system, before he discovered a problem.

It wasn’t until March 1 that the station returned to running.

But it was a long time before Romblor was running again.

It’s a milestone in a country where gas shortages have become a common occurrence, as the population has grown.

South Africa has about a billion barrels of natural gas, enough to last a year.

Gas stations were among the first facilities in the country to run dry in December, a situation that led to a series of high-profile disasters that left many in the affected areas struggling to pay for the fuel.

At the time, many residents said the shortages were caused by poor oversight of the gas industry.

But a lack of information, as well as an inability to understand the problem, led to widespread panic and misinformation about the cause of the problem.

Gas companies are not the only ones affected by the gas shortage.

Some of the world’s largest companies, including Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp., and BP Plc, are also in the process of buying new plants to store and distribute natural gas.

But the companies haven’t been able to meet demand.

In the past two years, gas prices have risen dramatically, causing consumers to lose money on their bills and fuel suppliers to lose profits.

While the price of gas has decreased significantly, there are still people in South Australia who have been left out of pocket by the shortages.

South African government officials are trying to figure out how to address the gas shortages and ensure the country’s energy security.

President Jacob Zuma has said the government is working with the private sector to find solutions to the gas crisis.

The government also plans to invest $6 billion to develop new power plants.

But with the country in a long-term financial crisis, the investment could be delayed.

Zuma’s government says it will invest about $8 billion in the power sector by 2020, including new gas-fired plants and other energy infrastructure.

But this money won’t be enough to fix the problem until it’s safe to start using the new plants.

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