The United States is down to 25 days of diesel supply. The shortage could cripple the economy.* Data provided by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) show that diesel stockpiles are at their lowest level for October in records that date back to 1993. EIA data show that the United States, as of Oct. 14, has 25.4 days of supply. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese says levels are unacceptably low.
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