NO PROBLEMS SEEN IN MEETING U.S. SUMMER GASOLINE DEMAND RISE

Motor gasoline demand in the U.S. during the 1993 peak summer driving season will climb by about 100,000 b/d from last year's level, predicts Energy Information Administration. EIA cites the current state of the economy and relatively weak gasoline prices in expectations of increased highway travel in accounting for the 1.3% year to year rise in demand. The Department of Energy agency sees no significant problems in meeting summer gasoline demand despite much uncertainty over likely demand

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