U.S. OIL DEMAND TO CLIMB IN 1990

Robert J. Beck Economics Editor Continued economic growth coupled with stable or slowly declining petroleum product prices will boost U.S. oil demand in 1990. Last year product demand grew minimally due to substantial increases in product prices and competition from other fuels in the industrial and utility markets. While demand grows, domestic supply will sag again.

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