FIRST OXYGENATED GASOLINE SEASON SHAKES OUT DIFFERENTLY THAN EXPECTED

Charles Dale Energy Information Administration Washington, D.C. John H. Hackworth, Joanne M. Shore OnLocation Inc. McLean, Va. John Ostrich SAIC Inc. McLean, Va. The U.S.'s first oxygenated gasoline season began Nov. 1, 1992. Refiners and marketers achieved compliance with these new specs with little upset to the gasoline production and distribution system. But although the season went smoothly, it did not shake out exactly as projected. Demand for oxygenated gasoline and, in particular,

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