U.S. REFINING MARGINS ABOUT EVEN WITH 1990

U.S. refining profit margins in the first 10 months of 1991 compared favorably with last year's record setting pace, says Wright Killen & Co., Houston. Through the first 10 months of 1991, consolidated refinery profit margins on the U.S. East Coast averaged $2.89/bbl, tops in the nation. Gulf Coast refiners posted the year's smallest 10 month average margin, $1.92/bbl. In 1990, major U.S. refining regions achieved the largest profit margins since Wright Killen began tracking the

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