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Oil Industry Braces for Drop in U.S. Thirst for Gasoline - WSJ.com
APRIL 13, 2009 | WSJ |By RUSSELL GOLD and ANA CAMPOY. Declining gasoline-tax revenue is forcing local and federal governments to search for new sources of funding. Oil refiners, which for decades focused on bringing U.S. drivers more gallons of gasoline, are retooling their businesses. Some have said they could shut down some of their refineries entirely, along with thousands of small gas stations. Oil companies are beginning to invest in biofuels and battery technology.
oil_industry  Exxon_Mobil  economic_downturn  recessions  retailers  gas_stations  decline  oil_refiners 
october 2011 by jerryking

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