CERA: REFINERS CAN COPE WITH CAA REQUIREMENTS

A study conducted for the Department of Energy predicts initial reformulated gasoline requirements in 1995 won't pose significant technical problems for U.S. refiners. But nearly all refiners will have to make added investments. Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) prepared the study for DOE on critical issues affecting refiners and U.S. product supplies in the 1990s, particularly the effects of the 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA) amendments. CAA requires winter gasoline supplies in 41

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