Refiners plan to reduce runs to maximize gasoline profits, CFA charges

Consumers face high gasoline prices despite reduced consumption, ample supplies and increased ethanol production because speculators are driving crude oil prices higher and refiners plan to reduce runs, the Consumer Federation of America charged on Mar. 26.

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