HUGE SUPPLY/DEMAND INCREASES SEEN IN OXYGENATE FORECASTS

Anne K. Rhodes Refining/Petrochemical Editor Industry originally projected that oxygenate supply would not be able to meet the demand created by U.S. oxygenated and reformulated gasoline mandates. Those projections have been reversed in two recent industry reports-one from Chemical Market Associates Inc. (CMAI) and one from Pace Consultants Inc. Pace's report, by Paulo Nery and Nathan Sims, predicts gasoline and oxygenates demand, and examines the role ethanol may play in changing those

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