'OPT IN' PROVISIONS TO PLAY KEY ROLE IN ALCOHOL, ETHER MARKETS

Sufficient supplies of oxygenates and alcohols were available to meet Phase 1 oxygenated-fuels requirements for the 1992 wintertime driving season. Likewise, ample quantities should be available when reformulated gasoline is required in areas with severe and extreme ozone conditions, assuming that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) manages "opt in" provisions properly and anticipated methanol, ethanol, and oxygenate facilities come on stream.

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