PACE: FUEL REQUIREMENTS MUST BE CLEARER

U.S. refiners must make large investments in the 1990s to meet growing demand for petroleum products. But they need a clearer definition of the environmental requirements for fuels before beginning major construction campaigns. Excess capacity is not likely to develop before the late 1990s even with aggressive construction programs.

Apr 2nd, 1990
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