US DOE calls for refinery study

I just got the June 21, 2004, edition of OGJ and read with interest the story that US DOE is concerned about refinery capacity in coming years. This topic is somewhat ironic, as I am an employee (for a little while) of a refinery that will close its gates on Oct. 1, 2004. As most of your readers know, the government and the people of the US have put together a regime that is very efficient at preventing new refineries from being built, and worse yet, discouraging projects for new units or debottlenecking. Until we the people and the legislature deal with these root causes, worrying about oil production and refining capacity will be futile: It ain't gonna happen.I'll mention only o...

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