API REPORT SHOWS U.S. REFINING CAPACITY DECLINING

Crude oil processing capacity of U.S. refiners is shrinking when products demand is rising. In a statistical report for 1992, the American Petroleum Institute said U.S. refinery capacity shrank, pressured by the costs of more stringent product requirements and generally lackluster refining economics.

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