WAY CLEAR FOR REFORMULATED GASOLINE RULE

The U.S. government, petroleum industry, and environmentalists have agreed on a rulemaking that will usher reformulated gasoline into the marketplace. The 1990 Clean Air Act amendments require the Environmental Protection Agency to issue parameters for reformulated gasoline and oxygenated gasoline sold in U.S. cities with air pollution problems (OGJ, Aug. 12, p. 44). The agreement will cost refiners several billion dollars and consumers as much as 50/gal but could reduce U.S. oil imports

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