EIA SEES NO U.S. FUEL SUPPLY PROBLEMS THIS WINTER

The U.S. Energy Information Administration sees no problems with U.S. fuel supplies this winter. Although much of the nation's midsection could face colder than normal temperatures this winter, EIA said petroleum stocks and refinery capacity are adequate. Refinery capacity increased by 300,000 b/d this year to 15.5 million b/d. Refinery utilization has fallen to 89.7% from 91.3% a year ago. EIA said crude stocks were lower on Oct. 2 than the same time a year ago, failing to 327.6 million

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