The National Petroleum Refiners Association will encourage refiners to take a more active role in the debate on improving air quality in he U.S., says Richard I. Robinson, newly elected chairman of NPRA. NPRA, traditionally not involved in direct lobbying, will continue to support refiner efforts with technical and economic information. Robinson, vice-president of refining, Phillips Petroleum Co., said lawmakers should let the market determine the use of reformulated or alternative fuels (see

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