INDUSTRY HITS CALIFORNIA REFORMULATION MOVE

Industry spokesmen and analysts are sounding warnings about economic blows that lie ahead as a result of California's move to impose stringent gasoline reformulation standards in 1996 and beyond. Part of industry's goal is to head off adoption of such standards in other parts of the U.S. Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) earlier warned that the California Air Resources Board (CARB) plan will jack up gasoline prices by 23/gal and cost more than 80,000 jobs in California (OGJ,

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